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With New Hampshire over, Democratic presidential candidates set sights on Nevada

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Democratic presidential candidates are now shifting their focus to Nevada ahead of the Feb. 22 caucus. (Photo: CNN)

With Iowa and New Hampshire voting concluded, Democratic presidential candidates are now shifting their focus to Nevada, the next state to cast its vote in the nominating process.

Contenders have already announced a slew of events ahead of the state's caucus on Saturday, Feb. 22, including Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden and Tom Steyer.

Those events will include candidate forums with the League of United Latin American Citizens, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the 2020 National Faith Forum.

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The campaigns for Sanders, Buttigieg and Klobuchar also announced major television and digital ad buys in Nevada after finishing as the top three vote-getters in the New Hampshire.

The next Democratic presidential debate is set for Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the Paris Las Vegas. It will air live at 6 p.m. on News 3.

Early caucus voting opens on Saturday, Feb. 15, and lasts through Tuesday, Feb. 18. For a list of early caucus locations, visit nvdems.com/early-vote.

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