Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O'Rourke held campaign rallies in Reno and Carson City on Thursday. 

It was his second trip to Nevada since announcing his candidacy for the 2020 Presidential election. 

His two-day visit to the Silver State will also include events in Henderson, and Las Vegas.

O'Rourke campaigned first at Bibo Coffee in Reno, then campaigned in Carson City at Gather Restaurant.

Last month O'Rourke made his first trip to Nevada for a two-day visit to attend house parties, meet and greets, and labor roundtables in communities throughout the Las Vegas area.

During Thursday's Reno visit, O'Rourke said that he was glad former Vice President Joe Biden had joined the race earlier in the day. 

The former Texas congressman told reporters that Biden brings "some extraordinary experience in public service" to the competition for the party's 2020 presidential nomination. He said it's good for Democrats and good for America.

O'Rourke says Biden is joining an "extraordinary field of candidates with amazing diversity and backgrounds," experience and life stories.

O'Rourke says it's up to voters to "make those sort of judgments" based on all the candidates' records, positions on issues and vision for the future of the country.

Democratic Sens. Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker have campaigned in northern Nevada in recent weeks. Nevada's caucuses next February are third in the presidential selection process following New Hampshire and Iowa.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)