Kamala Harris stumping in northern Nevada for first time
RENO, Nev. (AP) — California Sen. Kamala Harris is bringing her Democratic presidential campaign to northern Nevada for the first time to visit party faithful and teachers and speak at a fundraiser for one of the biggest progressive groups in the early caucus state.
Harris plans a noon visit Monday to Washoe County Democratic headquarters in Reno. She’s hosting an education round-table in Carson City before giving the keynote address at the Battle Born Progress event across the street from the state capitol.
Harris held a rally in Las Vegas in early March and spoke at a conference for black women entrepreneurs. She’s the first Democratic presidential candidate to visit northern Nevada this year.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren plans a rally Saturday in Reno, where she addressed the state party convention in June.