All eyes are truly on Las Vegas. The national media has descended on the city to cover the democratic presidential debate.
It's is the biggest story in the country and the hottest ticket in town.
Only about 1,500 people get to watch the debate live in person, but there are viewing parties all over town and people are flocking to Las Vegas to be part of the action.
At the Wynn Resort and Casion rooms are all booked up.
It's no surprise, as the first democratic debate, it is poised to have a major impact on on the presidential election.
"Eyes are focused on Nevada, we are the entertainment capitol of the world, we have the finest, hotels, restaurants, and shopping in America.
I'm happy people are coming here to see it, I'm happy that all you press are here to see it," said Senator Harry Reid before the debate.
This is the first of six democratic debates, there has been some question as to whether that's enough. When what he thinks, Senator Harry Reid said he believes six is enough.