BREAKDOWN: Here’s Why Nevada Has A Caucus And A Primary — And Which One Actually Matters

BREAKDOWN: Here’s Why Nevada Has A Caucus And A Primary — And Which One Actually Matters


What if I told you that Nevada’s recent primary elections don’t count?

That’s right my friends, the results don’t mean a thing because Nevada holds both a primary election and caucuses run by each political party. I know that doesn’t sound very clear, but let me explain.

In 2021 Democrats in the state of Nevada changed the state’s election laws to suit their purposes and introduced state-run primary elections, because, of course, they would.

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Up until that point, Presidential candidates in Nevada were nominated using only a party-run caucus system.

The GOP rightly objected to this major change in Nevada’s election procedures and the Nevada Republican Party will host caucuses anyway. They argue that caucuses provide a better experience for both the candidate and the voter.

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