(Las Vegas, NV) — Nevada Republicans have approved a plan to move the state’s presidential caucus to January. But the decision comes at a price. The “Review-Journal” says by moving the caucus from its scheduled February date, half of Nevada’s GOP delegates won’t be able to take part in next summer’s party convention. The shift was prompted by Florida’s decision to move its Republican primary to January 31st.
It will allow Nevada to keep its third-in-the-nation voting slot after Iowa and New Hampshire.