Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign says its mounting an effort to educate Nevadans on how to participate in the state's Jan. 19 caucus.
The Clinton campaign's "Nevada Caucus 101" includes a new section of its Web site, training meetings and plans to open up a hotline to field caucus questions.
The campaign calls the push "ecumenical" but also acknowledged it will try to steer potential caucus-goers their way.
Nevada campaign chairman Rory Reid says voters see New York senator as the "face of the caucus" and people are looking to her campaign for information.
Clinton's rivals Sen. Barack Obama and former Sen. John Edwards also have been organizing in the state.