Sweet: The raucus caucus at the Wynn casino. Clinton wins popular Nevada vote. Obama 13 delegates, Clinton 12.

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(photos by Lynn Sweet)

LAS VEGAS, NV.–Raucus Obama and Clinton supporters faced off at caucus at the Wynn Hotel at the Saturday caucus. In the end, the decision was split at this casino precinct: Hillary Rodham Clinton won 189 votes and 38 delegates. Barack Obama won 187 votes and 37 delegates. Statewide, Clinton won 51 percent of the vote to 45 percent for Obama. On the GOP side, Mitt Romney scored a decisive win.

Because of the way delegates are allocated, Obama, even though he did not win the popular vote, picked up 13 delegates to 12 for Clinton.

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Chicago attorney Pat Giordano was at the Wynn precinct as part of Clinton’s legal team

(photo by Lynn Sweet)

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