The 2020 Democratic Party presidential primary race will take another turn over the weekend as Nevada voters prepare to caucus for candidates, providing us another window into which candidate is the frontrunner.
When do the Nevada caucuses begin?
- Voters will begin caucusing at noon PT (1 p.m. MT).
- There is no scheduled end time.
- Results might not appear until late in the night (as we saw with Iowa).
Who will win the Nevada caucuses?
- Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders leads the way in average polls for Nevada with 26.5% of the vote, according to FiveThirtyEight.
- Former Vice President Joe Biden (15.3%), former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg (13.8%) and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (12%) sit right behind, according to FiveThirtyEight.
How to follow results
- CNN and MSNBC will have live coverage during programming hours.
- Fox News Channel will have live coverage beginning at 2 p.m. MT with Bret Baier.
How to stream results
- Multiple networks will have livestreams available for you to follow results.
- CBS News and the CBS News app will have live coverage. Neither requires identification.
- C-SPAN will have free online coverage beginning at 4 p.m. MT.
- YouTube TV has all the channels. You can sign up for $50 per month.
- Hulu with Live TV has multiple channels, too. It costs $55 per month.
- AT&TV Now costs $65 per month with all the channels.
- SlingTV costs $30 per month for channels like CNN, Fox News and MSNBC.
- FuboTV costs $55 per month for all streaming channels.