CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) – Nevada senators have approved a bill that would dump Nevada’s caucus system and replace it with a primary to choose presidential nominees.
Saturday’s Republican Presidential caucus left many party members with a bad taste in their mouth.
As Nevada takes center stage with it’s first in the West caucus, Silver State residents will need to be patient throughout the day.
Voting in the Nevada caucuses is underway.
Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is keeping his distance from an evening session of Saturday’s Republican presidential caucus.
Two of the Republican presidential hopefuls are airing TV spots to drum up support for the February 4th caucus in Nevada.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval will need to look else elsewhere if he chooses to endorse another candidate for president.
There’s an effort to get Nevada Republicans on board with a plan to push the state’s presidential caucus back to February 4th.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is endorsing Nevada’s jump ahead in the Republican presidential nominating calendar and is telling New Hampshire to back off.
New Hampshire’s secretary of state says either the first or second Tuesday in December is a realistic option for the state’s presidential primary unless Nevada backs up its caucus to Jan. 17.