Skip to comments.Nevada GOP caucuses include unusual rules
Posted on 02/04/2012 7:43:10 AM PST by SmithL
Las Vegas -- Today's Republican caucuses in Nevada differ from primary elections by requiring voters to devote a block of time to make their preferences known in a process that takes more time than just filling out a ballot.
There are also some unusual rules set this year by the GOP officials in the state, including:
Timing: Republican Party officials in each county decide when to hold caucus meetings. In Clark County, home to Las Vegas and 70 percent of state residents, the meetings are at 9 a.m. today - a time that is inconvenient for the city's taxi drivers, waitresses and other service employees who work on weekends.
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...inconvenient for the city's taxi drivers, waitresses and other service employeesI thought that all those service workers were overwhelmingly unionized, at least within Las Vegas.
No the point is they are overwhelmingly non-Mormon...
For context, Romney won NV with 51% in 2008, Ron Paul was second with less than 14%.
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