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Nevada's Caucus, From The Outside In

Danielle Kurztleben/NPR

The Iowa Democratic caucus in the city of Earlham, Madison County, Iowa, earlier this month. Nevada voters will caucus on Feb. 20 (for Democrats) and Feb. 23 (for Republicans).

In two days, all eyes turn to Nevada. Democratic and independent voters will get the chance choose who they want to represent them in the race for president.

Three days later, Republicans will choose.

The caucus has been examined from every possible angle within Nevada.

That got us wondering: what does Nevada look like to those who don’t live here?

Byron Tau lives in Washington, DC and is reporting on the presidential race for the Wall Street Journal.

Byron Tau, politics reporter, Wall Street Journal

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