LAS VEGAS (AP) — Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has postponed her first visit to Nevada since launching her exploratory bid for president.
The postponing comes after President Trump made an announcement to reopen the government for a short period of time.
Warren announced that she is remaining in Washington D.C. for possible votes related to the government shutdown.
Warren is the third potential Democratic 2020 candidate to hold public events in early-state Nevada this year.
Former Obama housing chief Julian Castro, who has jumped in the race, visited Las Vegas earlier this month. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who says he's weighing a bid, met with Nevada progressives and Democrats two weeks ago.
Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown, who is also eyeing a potential White House run, says he plans to visit Nevada in the coming weeks.