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O'Rourke to meet with Nevada Democrats, voters this weekend

Posted at 5:33 AM, Mar 22, 2019

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Democrat Beto O'Rourke will bring his marathon tour of early voting and swing states to Nevada this week where he'll meet with voters Saturday and Sunday.

The 2020 presidential candidate plans to mingle with voters at a house party in Las Vegas on Saturday night following a day of events in South Carolina.

O'Rourke will then spend Sunday meeting with young Democrats and voters at a taco shop and coffee house in Las Vegas.

The former Texas congressman's trip will be his first visit west of Texas since launching his campaign more than week ago.