LAS VEGAS, NV - FEBRUARY 22: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the South Point Hotel & Casino on February 22, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ethan Miller/Getty Images/AFP
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Republican presidential candidates face off in Nevada Tuesday in a caucus that will mark the first significant test of where they stand with Hispanic voters.The contest will be the fourth for the Republican presidential candidates after Iowa, where Trump came second, and those other two states.Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, both Cuban-Americans, stand to gain from Bush's exit in Nevada, where he had backing from Republican Hispanic leaders.Cruz finished just third in South Carolina but noted Monday that he is the only candidate to have beaten Trump so far, in the Iowa caucuses.Republicans have more than 1,700 precincts and more than 130 caucus sites in Nevada.
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