LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris traveled to Nevada on Tuesday to help motivate voters to take part in early voting.
Sen. Harris’ first stop on the campaign trail was Reno, followed by her Las Vegas stop and voter mobilization events to urge Nevadans to make plans to vote early through October 30.
“You’ve been organizing. You’ve been registering people to vote before now. You’ve been reminding people about early voting, which is over on Friday, Oct. 30,” said Harris during the Las Vegas event. “You’ve been telling people what’s at stake. You all have been, as you always are, leaders and fighters for the best of who we an be as a country, and I am just here to thank you. I am here to thank you, Nevada.”
This trip was the Senator’s second time visiting Las Vegas this month.
Joe Biden’s running mate traveled to the city on Oct. 2 and participated in a voter mobilization drive-in event at UNLV.