Super Tuesday is set for March 3. Fourteen states will be holding presidential primaries in 2020's biggest election so far. They are Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado ... Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina ... Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia. American Samoa is also voting, as are Democrats Abroad, the Democratic party affiliate for American citizens living outside the U.S. With California and Texas as two of the nation's most populous states, more than one thi

Las Vegas Democratic debate: Who’s in, how to watch

Five Democrats have qualified for the next presidential debate, set for Wednesday, Feb. 19, in Las Vegas, ahead of this weekend’s Nevada caucus.

Former Vice President Joe Biden; U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar; and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg are in the debate, set for 9 p.m. from the Paris Hotel and Casino.

On Tuesday billionaire and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg qualified for the debate.

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Early voting began over the weekend Saturday for the Nevada Democratic Caucus, set for this Saturday, Feb. 22. Nevada Democrats have vowed not to repeat the debacle that was the Iowa caucus, Democrats’ first big political event of 2020 that turned into a circus of delays, glitches and fodder for President Donald Trump and Republicans.

»Never again: Nevada Democrats vow not to repeat Iowa’s missteps

A new Landmark Communications poll asked 500 likely Democratic presidential primary voters who they would vote for if the Georgia presidential preference primary were held today.

The debate is being hosted by NBC News and MSNBC, in partnership with The Nevada Independent. 

After Saturday’s caucus comes the Feb. 29 South Carolina primary, in which Biden is pinning his hopes after poor showings in Iowa and New Hampshire. 

Then comes Super Tuesday on March 3, in which 14 states and American Samoa will cast their primary ballots.

Eight Democrats remain in the race. U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and businessman Tom Steyer have not qualified for the debate.

Three Democrats dropped out of the race after last week’s New Hampshire primary: former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang and Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet

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