Volunteers for Bernie Sanders have knocked on more than 500,000 doors across all 17 counties in Nevada, ahead of the state’s caucuses on Saturday.
Sanders’ campaign had set an initial February goal of 300,000 doors knocked.
“We have built a turnout machine that will propel us to victory here in Nevada,” Sanders’ Nevada state director Sarah Michelsen said.
“Our goal from day one has been to expand the electorate, and we are so proud to see so many first time caucus goers participate during early voting. It will take a diverse coalition of Nevadans taking part in the political process to win in Nevada and to ultimately defeat the most dangerous president in modern American history.”
Sanders will hold his final campaign rally in the Silver State at 7pm on Friday night.