Trump team highlights TEN need-to-know facts about voting in the Nevada caucus
The Republican Nevada caucus is right around the corner, and President Trump’s campaign has released an efficient and easy-to-use list of important information for voters who want to make sure they cast their ballots for the 45th president.
The Nevada caucus will be held on February 8, 2024. It is important to note that there is a Republican primary on February 6, but the only way for the president to earn delegates in the Republican race for the nomination is to vote in the caucus.
This confusing system in the Silver State seems needlessly perplexing and has resulted in former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley being on the ballot in the primary while Trump is on the ballot for the caucus.
The Trump campaign has thoughtfully offered a list of ten essential things that every Nevada Republican voter needs to know if they want to support the president’s reelection bid on February 8.
- The caucus is the ONLY way to vote for President Donald J. Trump. He will not be on the primary ballot.
- The Nevada caucus will begin at 5:00 p.m. on Feb. 8. The Trump campaign is asking caucus-goers to arrive at 4:30 p.m.
- Voters in the caucus must be registered with the Republican Party and bring an I.D.
- You can participate in both the primary and the caucus if you want.
- Candidates in Nevada are forced to choose between running in either the primary or the caucus due to a law passed in 2021 by the legislature. CBS reported that this odd change was due to “chaos” in the aftermath of obtaining the results of the 2020 Democrat caucuses.
- Only the caucus winner can earn delegates, which is why President Trump has opted to be on the caucus ballot rather than the primary ballot.
- The Trump campaign stressed that Feb. 6 was a “meaningless primary” in the Silver State.
- “President Trump NEEDS you to show up to the Thursday, February 8th Caucus because it is the only way to earn Nevada’s GOP delegates to become the official Republican nominee for President.”
- President Donald Trump’s name will appear alongside Republican candidate Ryan Binkley and recent GOP presidential dropout Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.
- Find the best caucus location at NevadaCaucus.GOP. The campaign advised to “reconfirm your caucus location on Caucus Day – Thursday, February 8th – as some locations change at the last minute.
President Trump is expected to win the Nevada caucus vote in a landslide.
In the most recent January poll from Emerson College, he was polling with a 65-point lead over Gov. DeSantis in the primary before the governor suspended his campaign.