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VIDEO: Learn how to caucus in Nevada

February 16th, 2020 - 3:27pm
With early voting underway and the presidential caucus less than a week away, we wanted to make sure that everyone knows how to caucus when they walk into their precinct on Feb. 22. While primary states just have voting machines, caucusing is a bit more involved and can be confusing. But worry not! We’ve got you covered.
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