All three Democratic presidential candidates -- Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley -- have cut their own paths through early voting states while competing for their party's nomination. But on Wednesday night they were all in the same place, a dinner forum hosted by Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) in Las Vegas.
The cavernous conference room at the MGM Grand was filled with Clinton supporters with glow sticks and Sanders advocates with vuvuzelas. (A similarly sized O'Malley section was nowhere to be found.)
The Democratic caucuses in Nevada are scheduled for Feb. 20, the first in the West. David Cobbett, 49, said he's going to work as a precinct captain for Sanders, the independent senator from Vermont.