Whether you're with Hillary, feeling the Bern or decidedly undecided, you can catch your Democratic candidate of choice Thursday night on MSNBC and Telemundo. The networks have partnered to host a town hall event for the dueling Democrats from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. EST from the KMA Event Center in Las Vegas.
Both Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were slated to attend the town hall, which is scheduled to be moderated by José Díaz-Balart and Chuck Todd. Chris Matthews and Chris Hayes will anchor the pre-show coverage, and Rachel Maddow will lead the post-show coverage, according to a news release.
The town hall comes just before the Party's Nevada caucus, which is set for Saturday. Fresh off a win in the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary, Sanders was tied with Clinton in the Silver State. Both had the support of 45 percent of primary voters, but the Wall Street Journal noted that statistic only included results from six polls over the past year. FiveThirtyEight predicted each candidate had a 50 percent chance of winning in Nevada.
Nevada has 43 delegates who go to the Democratic National Convention to vote for a nominee.
Clinton was continuing to perform better than Sanders nationally, though the gap between the presidential hopefuls has closed in recent weeks. As of Tuesday afternoon, 50 percent of voters backed Clinton. About 40 percent backed Sanders, according to the HuffPost Pollster.
The GOP has an equally busy week, with its candidates appearing in town halls on MSNBC and CNN ahead of its Saturday primary in South Carolina. Mogul Donald Trump is poised to win, with 35 percent of the vote there in a recent poll by the State.