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A selection of political buttons displayed on a purse strap during the Battle Born Progress' 6th annual Progressive Summit in Las Vegas on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020. (Jeff Scheid/The Nevada Independent)

The presidential race is in full force ahead of the Feb. 22 Nevada caucuses, but between all the debates, ads and tweets, it can be tough to keep track of where all candidates stand on policy.

From immigration, health care and education, to climate change and gun control, The Nevada Independent presents a basic guide to the candidates’ policy records distilled from their statements and actions.

Use our interactive tool to choose a few candidates and compare their positions side-by-side.

To view the English guide, click here

For the original Spanish version of our candidate policy guide, click here.

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