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Spanish Daily Journal
     October 23, 2019      #37-296 sdj 0
 
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In this Friday, May 31, 2019, photo, Oriana Shulevitz Rosado, left, and Donna West watch as Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks via videoconference at West's home in Las Vegas. The chair of the Rural Nevada Democratic Caucus organized the virtual visit with group
Democratic candidates cyber chat with rural Nevada voters 

MINDEN, Nev. (AP) — In California, Elizabeth Warren gazed into a laptop camera, resting her chin on her hand while recounting her working-class childhood for about 200 voters scattered hundreds of miles away across Nevada. 

In Minden, Nevada, about 40 Democrats watched on a small television as Warren delivered parts of her stump speech before fielding her first question, posed by a teacher dialing into the videoconference from a high school library seven hours away in West Wendover.

Warren was one of four Democratic presidential candidates pioneering a virtual campaign trail Friday night in rural Nevada. The early voting state has struggled to attract presidential candidates to its far-flung and sparsely populated towns, spurring Nevada Democrats to set ...

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