In one of Adrian Eng-Gastelum's videos, re-posted by Twitter user Rex Chapman, hundreds of Latino voters can be seen riding horses through the streets holding flags in support of Biden and his running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris.
The Nevada Republican Party filed a lawsuit asking for the counting of mail-in ballots to be stopped until the GOP can monitor the process.
On Saturday, health officials reported Nevada's largest daily increase in new virus infections since mid-August.
The report comes as the U.S. sees its first case of a person catching coronavirus twice.
The Democratic vice presidential candidate visited the state days after the president held an in-person campaign rally there.
"You're gonna see a rigged election," said the U.S. president. "This guy would do anything and he's in charge of the ballots."
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said Monday that President Donald Trump held a risky indoor campaign rally amid the COVID-19 pandemic because "he only cares about himself."
Trump's comments come as he faces backlash for holding a campaign rally indoors in Henderson, Nevada, on Sunday night.
The president's supported booed and shouted "USA" as protesters unfurled a "Black Lives Matter" flag on Sunday night.
The president's recent stops included Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, Wisconsin, Arizona and New Hampshire—many of which violated coronavirus restrictions.
Over the past few days, the National Weather Service in Los Angeles issued warnings to residents of extremely high temperatures during the upcoming weekend.
Several states, including California, Arizona and Georgia, have seen new infections decline in recent weeks.
Nearly 550 people reportedly attended the Trump event despite the governor banning public or private gatherings of more than 50 people because of the pandemic.
Researchers estimate 327,000 renters could experience a housing loss in September, with that number increasing to 500,000 by year's end.
The incident comes after a man in Hong Kong tested positive for a second time, marking the first documented case of COVID-19 reinfection.
Democrats concerned about a tightening electoral map in battleground states have new worries in the recently reliably blue state of Nevada, one they fear could be the Michigan of 2020 as a surprise target for President Donald Trump.
North Carolina, California, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Michigan have received letters from USPS warning that mail-in ballots may not be returned in time to be counted for the upcoming 2020 presidential election.
Average daily death tolls have been rising in Georgia, Arkansas, North Carolina, Nevada, Louisiana, Tennessee and Oregon over the past month.
A new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Association showed a 40 percent increase in COVID-19 cases diagnosed among U.S. children during the last two weeks of July.
Washington state and Texas reported the highest increases in average positivity rates over the past two weeks.
Whistleblowers worry that the group was chosen for its religious leanings and that more qualified groups were snubbed for funding.
President Donald Trump supported Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's encouragement of mail-in voting among Arizonans but Trump said counting mail-in ballots in Nevada would be "a catastrophe waiting to happen."
The president speculated that mail-in votes would potentially take "months" or "years" to be tallied after filing a lawsuit against Nevada.
The president's reelection campaign argued the emergency package would deter voters from the polls in November.
The state party's chairman said the planned reform measures threatened to upend the November presidential election.
The president has long hit out at mail-in voting, going as far as suggesting a delay to the presidential election amid the coronavirus pandemic.
An eyewitness, who was on a boat nearby with her husband and daughter when the lightning struck, said it was the "scariest thing" she had ever experienced.
"I wish you good luck with disturbances and lewd behavior, since those are just some of the recent calls my office has assisted you with in the past," the sheriff wrote.
"John Roberts has abandoned his oath," Cruz tweeted Saturday, along with retweeting a photo of Justice Neil Gorsuch's dissenting opinion.
Mississippi saw the largest jump in the country over the last 14 days.