November 12, 2015
With 100 days remaining until the state’s presidential caucuses, U.S. Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto had a message on Thursday for party activists:
“We need you to get out, knock on doors and register voters,” she said to a group of 30 volunteers who attended a Democrat caucus training in Las Vegas.
On Feb. 20, Democrat voters will huddle into rooms and choose delegates who will ultimately pick the party’s presidential candidate. In Nevada, political parties run the caucus and rely on their staff and volunteers to organize the event throughout the state.