Last updated on January 29th, 2024 at 11:20 pm
Today, Las Vegas is set to witness a significant event in the political landscape as former President Donald Trump addresses supporters at the “Nevada Commit to Caucus Rally.” This rally, taking place at Big League Dreams in Las Vegas.
This event marks Trump’s first visit to Nevada in 2024 and comes just 12 days before the Nevada Republican Party caucus. It’s a strategic move by Trump, coming just before the Nevada GOP presidential caucus on February 8. Notably, this caucus will not feature any other major presidential contenders following Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s exit from the race.
Trump’s Rally in Nevada (Jan. 27)
Trump’s visit to Nevada, his first this year, coincides with the start of early voting for the state’s presidential primary. His presence in Las Vegas is a clear signal of his commitment to securing the state’s delegates. The rally is expected to draw a large crowd, with doors opening at 10 a.m. and the event starting at 1 p.m. The public’s interest is evident, as tickets are limited to two per mobile number.
Trump Las Vegas Event Details
- Date and Time: Saturday, January 27, 2024, at 4:00 pm ET (1:00 pm PT)
- Location: Big League Dreams Las Vegas, NV
- Tickets: Available online
- Live Stream: Watch below
Live Stream: Trump Speech at Nevada Commit to Caucus Rally
The event can be watched live, with streams available on platforms like RSBN and Rumble.
The political scene in Nevada is heating up with Vice President Kamala Harris also hosting an event in East Las Vegas on the same day. This parallel scheduling underscores the intensifying competition between the major parties as they gear up for the upcoming elections.
Trump’s focus on Nevada follows his recent victory in New Hampshire, setting the stage for a crucial showdown in the Silver State. A January 9 poll showed Trump with a commanding 73% support among Republicans in Nevada, though his lead over President Joe Biden has narrowed to a mere 2 percentage points (47% for Trump, 45% for Biden).
The Nevada GOP’s decision to allocate delegates through a caucus, rather than a primary, has significant implications. Trump, the only major candidate in the GOP caucus following Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s withdrawal, is expected to face Texas-based pastor Ryan Binkley. Meanwhile, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, participating in the state-run primary, is ineligible for the caucus, leaving her unable to compete for Nevada’s delegates.
Trump’s rally is more than just a speech; it’s a strategic effort to rally support and maintain his momentum in the presidential race. His message today will likely focus on his vision for America and his plans to lead the country if re-elected. As the political atmosphere heats up, all eyes are on Las Vegas, where Trump’s words will resonate with his supporters and set the tone for his campaign in the crucial days leading up to the Nevada caucus.
These dueling visits by Trump and Harris signal a shift in focus towards the general election, with Trump and Democratic President Joe Biden appearing as the overwhelming favorites to be their party’s presidential nominees.