The Nevada Republican caucuses are scheduled for February 8
What does the decision in the Silver state mean? Plus more in rules and calendar news from the day (Connecticut & North Dakota)
The Nevada Republican Party announced on Monday, August 14 that it intends to hold caucuses as its means of allocating delegates to the Republican National Convention next summer:
LAS VEGAS, NV –— “The Nevada Republican Party is thrilled to announce that the eagerly anticipated First in the West Caucus is scheduled for February 8, 2024. This event marks a crucial step in shaping the Republican nomination process for President and amplifies Nevada’s significance in the national political landscape.
The First in the West Caucus underscores Nevada’s prominence as a key player in the Presidential nomination process. The Caucus will provide Nevada voters with the unique opportunity to engage with the candidates, discuss important issues, and voice their opinions on the future direction of the Republican Party.
Presidential candidates have a filing window from September 1 to October 15. We look forward to the full slate of candidates participating in the official Republican nominating process. As February 8th approaches, the Nevada Republican Party will release further details including locations for the Caucus on nevadagop.org.”
The Nevada Republican caucuses become another item checked off the list as the 2024 presidential primary calendar comes into focus with just five months until Iowa Republicans begin the quadrennial presidential nomination process. But what does the Nevada decision mean? A few things…
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