LAS VEGAS (AP) — Hillary and Bill Clinton are headed back to Nevada to urge people to vote early.
The Democratic presidential hopeful is set to visit Las Vegas on Wednesday, which is two days before Nevada’s two-week early voting period ends. Her husband will visit on Thursday for a concert at UNLV with DJ Steve Aoki.
Other surrogates campaigning for her in Nevada this week include Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Illinois Rep. Luis Gutierrez and vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine’s wife Anne Holton.
Democrats have a registration advantage in Nevada but need to turn out less-consistent voters in their base to win tight presidential and Senate races.
About 478,000 people have cast ballots during the early voting period that wraps up Friday. That’s about one-third of Nevada’s 1.5 million active registered voters.