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Republicans Stump Through Nevada On Caucus Day

Republicans in Nevada hold their presidential nominating contest tonight, and the candidates are campaigning there to pick up last-minute support. Donald Trump is considered the front-runner, but Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are hoping to gain momentum ahead of Super Tuesday on March 1. Unlike other contests thus far, turnout may be an issue in the Silver State. Ben Adler of Capital Public Radio joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson with details.


  • Ben Adler, Capitol bureau chief for Capital Public Radio in Sacramento, California. He tweets @adlerben.
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