The Nevada Democratic caucuses got underway at 2 p.m. ET and early results indicate that it’s going to be an extremely close race between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Who will claim victory in Nevada, when will the final results be in, and how can you watch live updates and results online or on your mobile device? Here’s what you need to know to stay up to date during Saturday’s caucus.
Scroll down to find links to free live stream coverage, mobile apps, and instant caucus results via live blog updates below. Don’t forget to check out the Nevada Dems Twitter feed below for the latest photos and information from the caucuses.
Those early results are a little bit close in the Nevada caucus. pic.twitter.com/jQBDXd2pwe
— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) February 20, 2016
Shortly after the Nevada caucuses opened on Saturday afternoon, CNN reported that Clinton and Sanders were already locked in a tight race so this will undoubtedly be a day to keep close tabs on the results as they come in. (If you are interested in updates on the Republican primary in South Carolina, click here.)
Online/Mobile: CNN is offering live stream coverage of the Nevada Democratic caucuses online throughout the day on Saturday. Head over to CNNgo.com or download the free CNN app for Apple, Android or Windows mobile devices to get live updates and caucus results as soon as they are in. Please note – CNN requires confirmation of your cable TV subscription to view the live stream.
Most major TV networks, including CNN, ABC, CBS, and NBC, will begin offering live televised coverage of the caucuses starting at 4 p.m. ET. Check your local listings to get channel numbers and exact times.
Live Blogs/Detailed Caucus Results
- Follow the CNN Nevada caucus live blog
- Get detailed caucus results on Politico.com
- Check out the Las Vegas Sun live blog for caucus updates
- Get instant caucus results on NBC.com.
What time will the final results from the Democratic caucuses in Nevada be in? Although the caucuses started at various locations in Nevada at 2 p.m. ET, only early numbers have come in so far, with a few hours to go before everyone is checked in at larger caucus locations. Preliminary results will start trickling in throughout the early evening hours, but there are hours to go before the results from all caucus locations are in.
Results will come in from each caucus location as the day progresses, so it’s important to watch for updates online, on Twitter, and on a variety of live blogs listed above.