Saturday, Jan. 19, 2008 | 11:02 a.m.
Former President Bill Clinton moved up the Strip and made a stop outside the the at-large caucus site at the Mirage.
He was shaking hands, signing autographs and doing interviews -- mostly with the foreign press. Clinton was still working the crowd outside the caucus site at 11:30 when the caucus was scheduled to start but the big crowd was delaying registration and the start of the caucus. Some predicted it wouldn't start till noon.
The former president was joined by Terry McAuliffe, former Chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Clinton supporters passed passed out T-shirts that say "I support my union. I support Hillary" to a crowd of about 40 people.