- The Washington Times - Saturday, February 20, 2016

Comedian and actor Will Ferrell urged Nevada voters this weekend to caucus for Hillary Clinton, saying that an “amazing turnout” will be key to a Clinton victory in the state.

In a video posted to Mrs. Clinton’s website on Saturday morning, Mr. Ferrell and former President Bill Clinton urged casino workers in Las Vegas to come out and support the former secretary of state.

“Pass the word — caucus for Hillary,” Mr. Ferrell said in the video, which was recorded Friday. “It’s really important that everyone show up to caucus — amazing turnout.”

Mrs. Clinton faces off against Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders in Saturday’s Nevada caucuses, the third contest in the Democratic presidential primary. Polls show the two White House hopefuls in a neck-and-neck race in Nevada.

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