Nevada’s presidential primary saw low turnout, as anticipated, but served as an important test for upcoming elections.
Attorneys for the six Republican electors who were indicted by a grand jury in December said the case should be dismissed because the alleged crimes did not take place in Clark County.
The campaign says the new staff members will focus on electing President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and Democrats down the ballot in 2024.
Nonpartisan voters make up the largest voting bloc in Nevada, but they can’t participate in the primary process. A ballot initiative could change that.
Twenty candidates filed to run in Nevada’s presidential primary, though some big-name GOP candidates opted for the state-run caucus instead.
The officers and directors of the club expressed concerns about the Nevada Republican Party’s plans to hold a caucus alongside the state-run primary.
The Nevada Republican Party announced it will hold a caucus in 2024 two days after the state-run presidential preference primary.
Dr. Jeff Gunter, the former ambassador to Iceland under the Trump Administration, and others recently announced their runs for U.S. Senate.