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Democrats converge on Nevada as new chapter awaits
In the blazing sun of the Las Vegas desert, throngs of white and Latino university students gathered to hear Bernie Sanders offer promises of free college tuition and a higher minimum wage. Metres away in a university lecture hall, Pete Buttigieg was being grilled by an association of black law students over his record on race relations.
Democrats’ rule changes mean caucus voters will hold more sway this year
Critics of caucuses might call them burdensome, inaccessible or prone to human error. But this year’s presidential caucuses in Nevada will be less susceptible to one major criticism they received in 2016, especially from members of the Democratic Party’s progressive wing.
What the Mike Bloomberg pile-on says about Bernie Sanders' frontrunner status in Nevada – and beyond
From the outset of Wednesday's boxing match of a debate in Las Vegas, Democrats piled on Mike Bloomberg and never relented, forcing the billionaire former New York mayor to clumsily explain his controversial stop-and-frisk policy, history of sexual harassment complaints from women and the exorbitant amount of his own fortune he has pumped into his campaign.
Nevada Democrats scramble to shore up voting tech after Iowa debacle
Nevada’s Democratic Party is scrambling to shore up the system that will be used to calculate the results of Saturday’s caucuses, hoping to avoid the chaos that plagued the race in Iowa and cast a shadow over the Democratic presidential nomination race.