Hillary’s Nevada team takes its rural tour to the Lahontan Valley
The Hillary Clinton’s “Every Nevadan Tour” decided to take its own Silver State Scavenger Hunt to visit the northern rural counties for six days.
It’s day three, and after traveling through eastern Nevada and stopping in Elko and Winnemucca, the tour begins this morning in Fallon with a one-hour meeting beginning at 9 a.m. at Jerry’s Restaurant. The tour continues with a noon meeting in Fernley and a two-hour session in Reno at 5:30 p.m.
“We are traveling across the Silver State to meet with Hillary supporters in communities all over Nevada,” said Emily Ruiz, state director. “From Elko to Reno to Fallon and beyond, we know there are strong pockets of supporters who are interested in engaging and volunteering on our campaign. We are building up our team and will have an organizing presence in every community.”
The “Every Nevadan Tour” is meeting with local leaders, community activists and everyday Nevadans to listen, learn and discuss Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s vision to build an economy that strengthens the middle class.
The Hillary team said they will highlight Nevadans who share their story with them digitally and to meet voters wherever they are — across the state in person or online.