The candidates are coming! The candidates are coming!
At least some of them are.
As more and more people throw their hats into the ring to become the Democratic presidential nominee, Nevadans are seeing increased campaign stops from the hopefuls.
Visiting Las Vegas for the first time since announcing, Andrew Yang, the entrepreneur founder of Venture for America, has scheduled a two-day stop April 23 and 24, which includes a meet and greet at Service Employees International Union.
Marianne Williamson, the self-help author, also scheduled her first campaign appearances in Southern and Northern Nevada April 24, 25 and 26. One event includes an LGBTQ town hall at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada.
Later in the week, some of the candidates will appear for the first time together for the SEIU and the Center for American Progress Action Fund National Forum on Wages and Working People April 27. U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, U.S. Sen.Amy Klobuchar, former mayor and U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke — are scheduled to be there discussing questions on the economy and labor.
Other candidates have already made first stops earlier in the month including U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell, who spoke at UNLV April 15, and U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton, who visited Veterans Village April 5.
While some are visiting for the first time, others have made multiple stops since announcing they are running.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker is returning to Nevada April 18 through 20 and has events scheduled in Southern and Northern Nevada.
Harris, who came to Las Vegas in February, visited Carson City April 2, and was the keynote speaker for Battle Born Progress’ Celebrate Progress event.
Also in April, Warren made her first Northern Nevada appearance. She visited Las Vegas in February.
And looking ahead to next month, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who visited Las Vegas April 8, is scheduled to return May 11 as keynote speaker for the Human Rights Campaign Las Vegas gala.