Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is set to speak in Nevada today, the site of a major showdown between then-candidate Barack Obama and then-candidate Clinton in the 2008 Democratic caucus. While Obama won a greater number of delegates, Clinton took the popular vote. Nevada, with its growing Latino population, is considered an important state when it comes to national politics, often acting as a predictor of how other Western states will sway in elections.
Clinton will largely address immigration today, and will likely separate herself from Republican candidates. But questions remain about Clinton’s position on immigration. Here are five points to watch for during Clinton’s speech this evening: