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Originally posted by spacedoubt
I'm still waiting for Final instructions so I can vote.
It's really weird.
As a Republican participant. It's even a Race to the precinct. because..get this..
"The first person to pick up the precinct packet from the Republican volunteer at the high school becomes the Temporary Precinct Caucus Chairman (captain). The next person becomes the Temporary Precinct Caucus Secretary."
Here’s how the Nevada Republican Party Caucus works:
The Nevada Republican Presidential Caucus will be 9 a.m. Jan. 19 at approximately 500 sites throughout Nevada.
People interested in finding their neighborhood caucus location can look it up at www.nvgopcaucus.com or go to page 7.
Participants sign in and their names are checked against the voter rolls.
Participants must be registered as Republican 30 days before the caucus.
Participants will elect delegates to attend the county convention on March 5. At the county convention, new delegates will be elected to the state convention April 26 in Reno.
The delegates who attend both the district and state will eventually have an opportunity to represent the state’s interest at the National Republican Convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., from Sept. 1-4. Their votes for delegates will determine Nevada’s preferred candidate for president.
Participants who have resolutions for the Republican Party Platform will turn them in to the caucus chair.
A representative from each presidential campaign will be give two to three minutes to address the caucus and explain why they believe their candidate should receive the Republican nomination.
Attendees will cast their vote by secret ballot for their preferred candidate.