ICYMI: Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak Talks Caucuses, What Happens In Vegas on MSNBC
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak appeared today on MSNBC to discuss the Democratic presidential caucuses and the issues that matter to voters in Nevada. Gov. Sisolak highlighted the importance of health care, education, and climate change, noting that Reno and Las Vegas are two of the fastest warming cities in America.
As Nevada’s first Democratic governor elected in the last 20 years, Gov. Sisolak has addressed these issues at the state level. His administration has worked to end surprise medical billing, codify protections for patients with pre-existing conditions, and expand reproductive health care rights.
Gov. Sisolak told MSNBC’s Katy Tur that “voters are very engaged here.” More than 77,000 Nevadans, including Gov. Sisolak’s 93-year-old mother, have already cast their ballots during early voting for the presidential primary.
Watch highlights from Gov. Sisolak’s MSNBC interview here: