Trump announces campaign rally in Las Vegas

TYD36H President Donald Trump waves to attendees as he arrives for a rally at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada on Septemer 20, 2018. Photo by James Atoa/UPI

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President Trump is set to hold a commit to caucus rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday, Jan. 27, marking his first debut in the Silver State for the 2024 campaign cycle.

Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks at 4:00 p.m. ET at the Big Dreams Las Vegas sports complex, where he will likely attempt to rally the state’s potential caucus-goers ahead of their primary contest.

Doors to the rally will open at 1:00 p.m. ET. Tickets for the event can be found HERE.

In the third state of the primary cycle, Trump is on track to sweep Nevada’s 2024 GOP primary by a bigger margin than his historic victory in Iowa on Jan. 15, leading his opponents by 65 points in the latest poll.

According to a survey from Emerson College of 277 Likely Voters on Jan. 5-8, Trump has support from 73 percent of the state’s Republicans, compared to eight percent for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, who dropped out of the race after the Iowa caucus and endorsed Trump, received only six percent support, of which some may now move over to the president and consolidate into his support.

Should polling remain stable, Trump is on track to win Nevada by more than his near 46 percent win from 2016, where he carried the state against four other primary contenders.

However, a 2021 Nevada law has resulted in Trump and DeSantis’s names being excluded from the state’s primary ballot, while only Haley’s name will be included among a slew of other minor candidates, as reported by Associated Press.

The Democrat-controlled state legislature changed election laws last spring from a caucus system to a state-run primary system. However, the decision prompted pushback from the Nevada GOP, who pledged to ignore the ruling and continue with the traditional caucus system.

The Nevada GOP further ruled that only the caucus results, not the primary, could determine who takes the 26 delegates awarded on a proportional basis.

Nevada’s non-binding primary will occur on Tuesday, Feb. 6, while the official caucus will occur on Thursday, Feb. 8.

Stay tuned for more details regarding President Trump’s Commit to Caucus rally in Las Vegas, Nevada!

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