What’s a caucus?
Nevada is a relatively new player to the caucus process. Our first caucuses were held for the 2008 election, so many voters may not know what the caucus is.
A caucus is a gathering of a political party to debate and select candidates for office. Instead of a primary, where voters simply show up at the polling place to cast their vote, a caucus draws people together at precinct locations throughout the state to debate the attributes and positions of the various candidates for office. The candidates who win these precinct debates generally win the votes of Nevada’s delegates to respective party conventions.
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