Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will return to Las Vegas on Wednesday, rallying just two days before early voting ends in Nevada and just six days before the general election.
At a canvass kick-off hosted by the Nevada Democratic Party, Clinton and Labor Secretary Tom Perez will discuss the high stakes of November’s election for Nevada families and highlight Clinton’s vision for an America “that is stronger together, with an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.”
Clinton will also urge Nevada voters to take advantage of in-person early voting, which ends on Friday.
She will hold the event at the Plumbers & Pipefitters Training Center at 760 N. Lamb Boulevard. Doors will open at 1:15 p.m. and the event is set to begin at 3:15. The public is invited to attend.
Strong early-voting turnout by registered Democrats shows Clinton has the advantage in Nevada. As of Tuesday morning, 511,000 Nevadans had voted, of those, 43% are Democrats and 37% are Republicans, according to CNN.
However, according to the RealClearPolitics average of statewide polling, GOP nominee Donald Trump holds a 1.6-lead.
Trump’s campaign has also spent time campaigning in Nevada as a final push to capture the state. Trump, running mate Mike Pence, son Eric Trump and Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions have all made recent appearances in Nevada.