Nevada Third To Vote, Still Up For Grabs For 2020 Democrats
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada is the third state to vote in the presidential primary next year and is supposed to offer Democrats something different.
It’s much more diverse than the first two states, Iowa and New Hampshire. Its population is young, working-class, urbanized and increasingly blue. But despite its distinctions, Nevada has not swung for a different kind of nominee.
With three white septuagenarians leading in the polls here and many voters still undecided, no Democrat in the large field lays claim to a state that could be decisive.