Hillary Clinton’s campaign would like to make a big showing in Nevada, the next Democratic primary state, and cast away doubts about her appeal to young voters that plagued her in Iowa and, particularly New Hampshire.

Much has been said about the “generational gender gap” and polling that showed voters under 30 went for Sanders over Clinton by roughly 70 points in Iowa and New Hampshire while Clinton had the strongest support of voters over 45.

Nevada is supposed to be the point in her campaign when the momentum begins to shift in her favor. She is counting on a heavy turnout from Latinos who also backed her in 2008 against Barack Obama.

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