Democrats are concerned with one thing and one thing only: Beating President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
But a lot of people consider the Iowa caucuses to be a total disaster.
Democratic candidates landed in New Hampshire for their next round before they even knew who the winner was of the Iowa caucuses.
The next stop is Nevada's first-in-the-West caucus.
We want to talk about what happens in the quest for the Democratic nomination. In voters' minds, how do they wrestle with the concept of a candidate’s electability? What makes a candidate electable?
Yvette Williams, chair, Clark County Black Caucus; Laura Martin, executive director, Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada; Dan Lee, political science professor, UNLV; Jose Melendrez, community health department, UNLV
You won’t find a paywall here. Come as often as you like — we’re not counting. You’ve found a like-minded tribe that cherishes what a free press stands for. If you can spend another couple of minutes making a pledge of as little as $5, you’ll feel like a superhero defending democracy for less than the cost of a month of Netflix.