It's on to Colorado, Minnesota and Maine for the Republican presidential candidates.
Mitt Romney had a strong first-place finish in yesterday's Nevada caucuses, earning him at least 10 delegates.
With votes from 71 percent of the precincts counted, Romney has 48 percent, while Newt Gingrich has 23 percent, Ron Paul has 19 percent and Rick Santorum 11.
That gives Gingrich at least four delegates, Paul three and Santorum two. Eight are still to be determined.
More than 1,100 delegates are needed to win the Republican nomination. Romney has collected 97 so far.
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