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LIVE BLOG for Nevada caucus coverage

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Posted at 11:17 AM, Feb 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-22 21:10:06-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Nevada Caucus Day is Feb. 22. Democrats will gather at over 250 locations across the state to declare their presidential preferences.


Check in will begin at 10 a.m. and caucuses will be called to order at noon.


There are 136 locations in Las Vegas and voters can click here to find out where you should go based on your address.

The following is real-time Nevada caucus coverage throughout Saturday:


"The Nevada results reinforce the reality that this fragmented field is putting Bernie Sanders on pace to amass an insurmountable delegate lead. This is a candidate who just declared war on the so-called "Democratic Establishment." We are going to need Independents AND Republicans to defeat Trump – attacking your own party is no way to get started. As Mike says, if we choose a candidate who appeals to a small base – like Senator Sanders – it will be a fatal error."

Next stop: South Carolina! pic.twitter.com/iEE6pwSn3H

— Joe Biden (Text Join to 30330) (@JoeBiden) February 23, 2020

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel released the following statement on the Nevada caucus:

"Democrats are no closer to nominating a candidate who can actually beat President Trump. While Democrats bicker over whose positions are more radical, support for President Trump continues to grow because he continues to make good on his promises and our nation is thriving like never before. As Democrats continue to spend their resources attacking each other, our side is unified and organized for the President. In November, Americans will vote to re-elect President Trump and continue this great American comeback.”

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Live updates: https://t.co/G7ocCy7kkT #cnnelection pic.twitter.com/ZZnasuGnAq

— CNN (@CNN) February 22, 2020

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First alignment (popular vote):
Sanders 34%
Biden 17%
Buttigieg 16%
Warren 13%
Klobuchar 10%
Steyer 9%

Final alignment:
Sanders 41%
Biden 19%
Buttigieg 17%
Warren 11%
Klobuchar 8%
Steyer 4%

— Johnny Verhovek (@JTHVerhovek) February 22, 2020

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Nevadans are ready for four more years of @realDonaldTrump! #NVCaucus #LeadRight pic.twitter.com/yP2dHyCkPu

— Samantha Bullock (@samantha_zager) February 22, 2020

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2% Reporting (47 of 2,097 Precincts)#BernieSanders -- 55.6% (347 Votes)#JoeBiden --20.7% (129)#TomSteyer--9.6% (60)#ElizabethWarren -- 7.7% (48)#PeteButtigieg -- 5.1% (32)#AmyKlobuchar -- 1.3% (8)#NVCaucus

— Mona Salama (@MonaSalama_) February 22, 2020

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It took some figuring but Sanders came out with 9 delegates and Buttigieg got 4 #nvcaucus pic.twitter.com/TOBUe7oEgu

— Andrew Oxford (@andrewboxford) February 22, 2020

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It looks like some of the precints are being determined by cards in northern Nevada.

1 to Pete
1 to Warren pic.twitter.com/P4MydINNfJ

— R. Armstrong (@RossEArmstrong) February 22, 2020

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A special thanks to all of the precinct captains who arrived early to prepare for an on-time open our caucus! pic.twitter.com/7x4cUH2VOR

— Aaron D. Ford (@AaronDFordNV) February 22, 2020

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Confirm your caucus site at https://t.co/0jmLLqrcfZ then head over to join your fellow Nevada Democrats for our #FirstInTheWest Caucus!

— NV Dems (@nvdems) February 22, 2020

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Today is the day Nevada’s voice is heard on who the next Democratic presidential nominee is going to be.
YOU MUST CHECK IN BETWEEN 10 AND NOON at your precinct to participate!
Details on potential problems live @KTNV 13 Action News at 9.

— @SeanKTNV (@seanktnv) February 22, 2020


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