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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 22, 2020
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(Las Vegas: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Las Vegas: Garrett Haake) Breaking news on the Democratic Nevada caucus vote with Senator Bernie Sanders in an early lead featured; details given about his specific voter support. [VOTER, VOLUNTEER - comment.] [In Texas, SANDERS; Senator Amy KLOBUCHAR, Senator Elizabeth WARREN, Mayor Pete BUTTIGIEG, former Vice President Joe BIDEN - campaign.] What the other presidential candidates are looking ahead to: South Carolina or Super Tuesday discussed.

(Las Vegas: Jose Diaz Balart; New York: Claire McCaskill) How Sanders will come out of Nevada with a firm lead, whether second place will be important so some will have to decide whether to stay in the race discussed.

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Haake, Garrett;
McCaskill, Claire

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