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GOP Caucus Confusion Could Lead to Future Changes
GOP Caucus Confusion Could Lead to Future Changes

AIR DATE: February 10, 2012

Confusion at statewide Republican caucuses on Saturday prompted many to think about whether the state should switch to a primary. Voters at Saturday's event complained of disorganization and results of the caucus took more than 24 hours to be released. We discuss how Nevada Republican's mistakes at Saturday's caucus could impact the state's influence as an early state on the election calendar.
Karoun Demirjian, reporter, LV Sun
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