The political fortunes of two candidates for president are in the hands of Nevada Democratic voters.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are fiercely fighting for a win in the Democratic caucus, which starts at 11 a.m. today.
Nevada is the third early voting state for Democrats. Both sides need Nevada.
For Clinton, a win would demonstrate her campaign's ability to wage a superior ground game.
For Sanders, a win would show he can appeal to a broad electorate in an ethnically diverse state like Nevada. The Nevada contest comes after Clinton had a narrow victory in the Iowa Democratic caucus and Sanders, an independent senator from Vermont, won the New Hampshire primary.