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Harris and Trump Campaign Events Set for Jan. 27

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, January 22, 2024 2:04 pm

Las Vegas, NV – January 22, 2024 – Campaign fervor in Nevada is reaching a crescendo this weekend as both Vice President Kamala Harris and former President Donald Trump plan events on Saturday, January 27. With the Nevada primary just around the corner on February 6, early voting begins on the same day, making this weekend a crucial moment for candidates to make their final pitches.

Here’s a breakdown of the key events:

Donald Trump’s “Team Trump Nevada Commit to Caucus Rally”
– When: Saturday, January 27, starting at 1 p.m.
– Where: Big League Dreams Las Vegas, 3151 E. Washington Ave.
– Details: The rally is a pivotal moment for Trump, who remains the sole major candidate in the Republican caucus after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended his campaign. Attendees can register for up to two tickets [here](https://event.donaldjtrump.com/events/president-donald-j-trump-to-deliver-remarks-at-commit-to-caucus-rally-in-las-vegas-nevada).

Kamala Harris’s Campaign Event
– When: Saturday, January 27 (Time and location to be announced)
– Details: Vice President Harris is expected to deliver remarks at an event alongside Congressman Steven Horsford and participate in a campaign event. Further details will be released to the media in the coming days.

The Nevada primary holds particular significance for Republicans, with the state GOP opting for a caucus on February 8 to choose its candidate. Notably, Donald Trump is the sole major candidate on the Republican caucus ballot following DeSantis’s exit. Nikki Haley, although on the Republican primary ballot, is ineligible for the state’s delegates.

A January 9 poll indicated strong support for Trump among Nevada Republicans, with 73% backing him. However, his lead over President Joe Biden had narrowed to just 2 percentage points (47% for Trump, 45% for Biden).

As the battle for Nevada intensifies, both Democratic and Republican candidates are vying for momentum in a state that often plays a decisive role in shaping the political landscape. The coming weekend promises a dynamic political showcase as the nation watches the prelude to the Nevada primaries unfold. Stay tuned for updates as the events transpire.

Credits: 8 News Now

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