Seventy-five percent of Nevadans who voted showed up on caucus days, not on the primary day. Even former Nevada Senator Harry Reid is talking about trashing the caucus format in favor of the good-ole-fashion primary because it takes less time to vote. In the caucus setting, you come into the voting area. You then have to fill out a bunch of paperwork, then you’re told to take the multi-candidate ballot and prioritize your presidential candidate picks. And they ask you to pick up to five of them in descending order. Even presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said the caucus format looks like a failed experiment.
We’ll see if Nevada democrats demand that the “old primary” method be returned to its rightful place on the election calendar.