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November 15, 2007 07:41 PM UTC

where are people watching the debate tonight?

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  • by: wade norris

CNN’s democratic presidential debate is tonight at 6pm.  Is there a public venue where people are watching it?

Suggestions? Red Room, Double Daughters?
don’t forget Boulder, Greeley and Ft. Collin’s venues in your responses….

http://www.cnn.com/2…

It will be at the Thomas and Mack Center on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. That’s where CNN and the Nevada Democratic Party will host a presidential debate at 5 p.m. (8 p.m. ET).

So why Nevada? When it comes to the race for the White House, the Silver State isn’t the first one that comes to mind. Candidates trudging through the snow in Iowa and New Hampshire are the most obvious images.

But complaints over the years about a lack of diversity in Iowa and New Hampshire led the Democratic Party to take action, moving Nevada’s caucus up to mid-January in the primary calendar.

They picked Nevada because of its growing Latino population and strong union workforce, among other reasons.

“Nevada got picked for both micro and macro political reasons,” said Democratic consultant Jennifer Backus.

“On the macro level, they very smartly pitched their caucus as a Western caucus, highlighting the importance of the area, the growing clout of the Hispanic vote, issues like energy independence, water and growth.”

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“They also got picked because of the clout, power, vision and tenacity of Harry Reid, the Senate majority leader and Nevada’s senior senator. He pulled out all the stops to get the caucus — phone calls, PowerPoints and power plays.”

When it comes to the general election, Nevada is an important state for the Democrats.

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