Bill To Make Nevada 1st Presidential Primary Is Unveiled
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A bill that would change Nevada's presidential caucus to a primary and make it the first nominating contest in the country has been unveiled.
The legislation from Nevada Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson, a Democrat, calls for Nevada to hold the primary on the second-to-last Tuesday in January.
It would include 10 days of early voting that wraps up the Friday before the election.
The primary would be run by the state, instead of the caucuses run by political parties, and would be a separate election from a June primary held to pick party nominees and narrow the field of candidates for federal, state and local offices.