- Associated Press - Saturday, February 20, 2016

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Nevada Democrats will head to caucuses to weigh in on a neck-and-neck race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

Caucus sites are opening at 11 a.m. Saturday, and attendees can get in as long as they’re in line by noon. Participants can register to vote on-site.

Clinton and Sanders have been criss-crossing the state for a week urging voters to support them at caucuses. Sanders held rallies throughout the state and Clinton dropped in at casino employee cafeterias.

Both joined a union picket on Thursday and have blanketed the airwaves with commercials.

Nevada is the third state to weigh in on the Democratic presidential contest. Clinton narrowly won in Iowa and Sanders won in New Hampshire.

Winning Nevada would show that a candidate can win support in a more-diverse electorate.


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