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All eyes are on Florida right now, but the GOP nomination battle will move westward this week with the Nevada caucus on Saturday. Mitt Romney is expected to crush the competition in the Silver State, thanks to his truckloads of money, superior campaign organization and a long-standing relationship with the state. Nevada, which has the highest unemployment rate in the country, will probably also see a very low turnout for the caucus given that only one percent of the electorate turned out in 2008. Four years ago, Romney won Nevada with 51 percent of the vote, crushing second place Ron Paul, who received 13 percent.