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Nevada Republicans hope for a caucus less raucous than 2012




LAS VEGAS, NV - February 22, 2016 : Atmosphere at Donald J. Trump for President Rally at Souht Point Arena at South Point Resort Hotel  in Las vegas, NV on February 22, 2016. Credit: Erik Kabik Photography/ MediaPunch/IPX
LAS VEGAS, NV - February 22, 2016 : Atmosphere at Donald J. Trump for President Rally at Souht Point Arena at South Point Resort Hotel in Las vegas, NV on February 22, 2016. Credit: Erik Kabik Photography/ MediaPunch/IPX
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In Nevada Saturday, Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton scored a narrow victory over Senator Bernie Sanders. Today, Republicans have their say.

Marco Rubio campaigned in the north of the Silver State ahead of caucuses. Ted Cruz has made several stops around Las Vegas. Both candidates trail Donald Trump, however, who is favored to win the state.

Take Two spoke to reporter and producer, Joe Schoenmann, at Nevada public radio station KNPR about the political landscape in the state.

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