Democrats in town for Reid dinner party campaign in Vegas

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — All three Democratic presidential candidates are holding rallies or campaign events in Nevada while they're in the area for a dinner party with Sen. Harry Reid.

Hillary Clinton is visiting supporters in Henderson's Sun City Anthem community and then touring the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas on Wednesday before attending the dinner at the MGM Grand resort.

Bernie Sanders will hold a rally at the Tropicana resort Wednesday afternoon that will feature a Red Hot Chili Peppers band member and a co-creator of The Daily Show.

Martin O'Malley will hold a question-and-answer session Thursday morning with the Economic Club of Las Vegas at Caesars Palace.

All three candidates plan to attend the "Battle Born/Battleground" First in the West Caucus Dinner Wednesday evening with Reid and the state Democratic party.

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