Will Nevada Ditch Its Caucus For An Earlier Primary?
Nevada is third in line during the presidential primaries, after Iowa and New Hampshire.
And Nevada has a caucus system, which is a lot different than a primary, where people cast ballots as they would in a regular election.
Now, lawmakers are considering a bill to get rid of the caucus system. Supporters say that would make it easier for more people to participate – but how much difference would it really make?
The change would also mean Nevada would have the first presidential primary in the country.
Fred Lokken, professor and chair of the political science department, Truckee Meadows Community College.