Democratic presidential hopefuls have worked hard to get an edge in Nevada, where polls indicate the race will be tight.
Because of this, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have switched tactics in recent weeks, shifting the tone of their campaigns to focus on voters of color.
Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have touted support from African Americans, but some of the people they're teaming up with are people who would not be widely known, were it not for a few highly controversial cases involving the police.
Bernie Sanders recently received an endorsement from Erica Garner, the daughter of the late Eric Garner:
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton appeared in Chicago with the mother of Sandra Bland:
Take Two assembled a roundtable panel to discuss the recent Democratic push to court black voters.