Las Vegas, NV – In advance of the Nevada State Democratic Party’s upcoming caucus dinner tomorrow night with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the NV Dems today launched Caucus Express, a new online pre-registration tool that allows caucus goers to save time with an express check-in at their caucus location on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. PT.
“The Nevada State Democratic Party is committed to finding ways to make the caucus process easier, simpler and more accessible so we can engage as many Nevadans as possible on Saturday, February 20th,” said Cory Warfield, Nevada State Democratic Party Presidential Caucus Director. “Caucus Express, our innovative new pre-registration tool, will help Nevada Democrats save time and speed up the process of signing in on Caucus Day. This tool will help us enhance our digital outreach and improve the caucus process for 2016.”
Pre-registration is an easy three-step process that can be completed online, including on your mobile device, at caucus.nvdems.com.
Step 1: Submit your email, last name, date of birth, and zip code.
Step 2: Click your matching name and information based on voter registration records.
Step 3: Confirm your current street address is correct to finish pre-registering.
How it works: Users will receive their caucus location and updates about the caucus via email and can also enroll to receive text message alerts. When voters who have pre-registered arrive on Caucus Day, they will see a special phone number posted near the entrance line. When they text their unique code to that number from their mobile device, they can proceed to the express check-in lane.
If your information does not match: If the Caucus Express system cannot find any Democratic voter registrations that match your information, it may be because of a recent change in name or address. You also must be registered to vote as a Democrat in order to participate in the caucuses. Nevada Democrats allow same-day voter registration on Caucus Day, or you can register to vote or update your information now on the Nevada Secretary of State’s website.
Nevada will be the first Western state and the third state in the country to make its voice heard in the Democratic presidential primary. Tomorrow, the NV Dems are hosting the “Battle Born / Battleground” First in the West Caucus Dinner at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The sold-out event will bring all three 2016 Democratic presidential candidates back to Nevada as they ramp up their efforts to win Nevada’s Democratic caucuses.