Thursday's town hall was Warren's first campaign event since her fourth-place finish in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday.
Warren has been criticized for taking the little bit of money her supporter has left while she is a millionaire.
"As Vice President Biden has made clear, we have yet to hear from the most committed constituencies in the Democratic Party - people of color - and Nevada and SC are the first opportunities for that to happen", said TJ Ducklo, a spokesman for Biden. Klobuchar said she raised more than $6 million in the days after last week's debate in New Hampshire, while Buttigieg reported collecting $4 million in four days following the Iowa caucuses.
Biden took aim at leading rival Senator Bernie Sanders, questioning the viability of his Medicare for All proposal, and asking if down-ballot Democrats in battleground states would be happy having a self-described democratic socialist at the top of the ticket. Unlike largely white and rural Iowa and New Hampshire, the earliest states to hold nominating contests, Nevada's population is almost 30% Hispanic or Latino, 10% black and 9% Asian, according to the U.S. Census, highlighting the need to win support in diverse communities. "I'll leave it to the pundits".
11, New Hampshire voters headed to the polls to vote in the primary with results coming the same night.
The latest poll confirms Sanders's status as the front-runner in the race for the Democratic nomination.
"We need to confront the shameful legacy of discrimination, not lie about it like Mike Bloomberg has done", Warren wrote on Twitter.
Looking to rebound, Warren's campaign has increased the number of national television appearances she's done in recent weeks. "If we're going to beat Donald Trump in November, we are going to need huge turnout within our party, and to get that turnout, we will need a nominee that the broadest coalition of our party feels they can get behind". The goal is to contrast the perception that a New Hampshire loss raises questions about where Warren might win.
Too booing and cries of "No!" from the crowd, Warren continued.