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Hold on to your seat belts: A preview of this weekend's primary and caucus




Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump participates in a CNN South Carolina Republican Presidential Town Hall on February 18, 2016.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump participates in a CNN South Carolina Republican Presidential Town Hall on February 18, 2016.
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Tomorrow's Nevada Democratic caucus is the first test of Latino voters for this Presidential year.

In Nevada, Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are neck-and-neck in polls. But Nevada polling is typically unreliable. We'll explain why.

For Republicans, tomorrow's big deal is the South Carolina primary. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are trailing Donald Trump in the polls.

How does the lack of a culinary union endorsement affect the race in Nevada? In South Carolina, given the small number of Catholic voters, might Trump be helped by his spat yesterday with the Pope? Or could Cruz be expected to benefit due to the evangelical electorate?

Guests:

Mark Barabak, National Political Writer for the LA Times; He joins us from Nevada

Matt Rodriguez, Democratic strategist and founder and chief executive officer of Rodriguez Strategies. He is also a former senior Obama advisor in 2008.

Reed Galen, Republican political strategist and owner of Jedburghs, LLC., a public affairs and campaign consultancy firm in Orange County. He is in South Carolina.