UPDATE 1-Biden courts Nevada voters after narrow 2020 win

Feb 04, 2024 View Original Article
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65% : (Adds reference to Biden approval ratings and quote from Trump campaign in final two paragraphs)By Jarrett RenshawLOS ANGELES, Feb 4 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden will take his pitch for reelection to Nevada voters on Sunday as part of a two-day stop in the battleground state ahead of Tuesday's Democratic primary.
53% : Biden will visit the historic Westside, an area northwest of the Las Vegas casino "strip," where Black Americans founded their own casinos and clubs about 100 years ago because of segregation.
37% : Republicans hold a primary on Feb. 6 in Nevada as well, but Trump won't be on the ballot as he has opted to participate in a Feb. 8 caucus in the state instead.
32% : Biden's strategy, which included moving senior White House staff to the reelection campaign, reflects the view that Trump will be the Republican candidate, despite his ongoing nomination competition with former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.
27% : Biden narrowly beat his Republican rival Donald Trump in Nevada by 33,596 votes, or less than 3%, in 2020, and opinion polls show a rematch between the two men, which seems likely in 2024, would be close.
13% : In recent weeks, Biden has stepped up his direct attacks on Trump, describing him as a threat to democracy and questioning his mental capacity.
10% : "Latest polls show President Trump crushing Joe Biden by wide margins because Americans are sick and tired of the last four years of destructive policies that have brought nothing but pain and misery across the country," Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung said.

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