The candidates — not including Mike Bloomberg, who is not on the ballot — are vying for the state's 36 pledged delegates.
The Nevada caucuses kick off on Saturday following afiery debate among the candidates earlier in the week, marking the first contest in the Democratic presidential primary to be held in a Western state following New Hampshire and the chaos that was the Iowa caucuses.
It's also the first test for the Democratic hopefuls — save for Mike Bloomberg, who is not on the ballot — in a state with a significant non-white segment of its electorate. Tens of thousands of Nevadans have already voted early, but the rest will head to almost 2,100 caucus sites across the state Saturday to make their choices.
- Read how the Nevada caucuses work: Check-in begins at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT. The actual call to caucus is at 3 p.m ET/12 p.m. PT.
- Track the number of delegates each candidate has won so far.
- Click here for state by state primary results.
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