Democrats had two days between their debate on Wednesday and the Nevada caucuses on Saturday to make a final pitch to voters.
Those final days included small drop-ins at restaurants, visits to volunteers and rallies in the state. Some candidates, however, have already started looking ahead to Super Tuesday on March 3, when 14 states, including California, will vote.
Senator Bernie Sanders started Friday with rallies in Santa Ana and Bakersfield, Calif., before traveling back to Las Vegas. A group of supporters prepared to canvass for Mr. Sanders in Reno, Nev.
Senator Elizabeth Warren
Ms. Warren visited a field office in Las Vegas on Thursday. On Friday, she stopped at Tacos El Gordo and held a rally in Las Vegas.
The former mayor of South Bend, Ind., traveled for a televised town hall in Los Angeles on Thursday. Mr. Buttigieg canvassed for votes and held a rally in Las Vegas on Friday.
Joseph R. Biden Jr.
The former vice president spoke about gun violence at a news conference in Las Vegas on Thursday. On Friday, he visited a precinct captain training and held a rally in the city.