After three days of campaigning, the reviews are starting to come in on the action leading to the actual caucusing in Nevada.
In at least one case the reaction is one of disappointment. "After the drama of the first four states, the Nevada caucus is shaping up as something of a let-down," Charles Mahtesian and Juana Summers write this morning in Politico.
"The closest thing to excitement was the confusion surrounding Donald Trump's endorsement — and even he didn't deliver fireworks," they write.
Having said that, "a Nevada victory is nothing to sneeze at: There are more delegates at stake than in South Carolina."
Politico's "five things to watch for" in the Nevada results are here.