A day ahead of the Nevada caucus, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaigns in Henderson, Nevada, tells voters, ''Let's go forward together.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made several stops in Nevada on Friday, just one day before the Democratic caucus. Among his campaign events was a visit to Henderson, where Sanders encouraged local residents to stump for the Democratic White House hopeful the following day. "Tomorrow in the Nevada caucus, you have a chance to make history. Please come out, please bring your friends and family. Let's go forward together," Sanders said to a crowd full of cheers. The Nevada Democratic caucus on Feb. 20 has emerged as an unusually important test of Sanders' and Clinton's political strength. Clinton is under pressure to keep her wide lead among Latinos, while Sanders must erode it to show he has a path to the nomination that does not rely mainly on the young white voters who make up the core of his support base.