Las Vegas, NV – The Nevada State Democratic Party released a new video today of our rock-star caucus training team explaining everything you need to know about our First in the West Democratic presidential precinct caucuses on Saturday, February 20. The video delves into voter registration, eligibility, precinct roles, viability thresholds, caucus math, awarding delegates and more in just five minutes. Watch here.
Last month, the NV Dems released a video that flashes forward to explain what Caucus Day will look like for Nevadans who participate in their precinct caucus. Earlier this month, the NV Dems also launched a digital advertising campaign on Facebook, Twitter, and various websites and apps with three 15-second video ads urging Nevadans to “commit to caucus.”
Nevada’s Democratic caucuses are on Saturday, February 20 at 11 a.m. PT. Democrats allow same-day voter registration at caucus locations, and any eligible voter who will be 18 years old by Election Day (November 8, 2016) can caucus. Eligible Nevada voters can now use the NV Dems website to pre-register for the caucus and find their precinct caucus location.