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How I Voted in the 2020 Presidential Primary

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California has some of the most efficient, disability-friendly, and secure ways for eligible voters to cast their vote. This year, for the first time, California is going to be part of “Super Tuesday”. This gives California more relevance and influence in the election than it had in the 2016 presidential primary.

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What Happened at the 2020 Nevada Caucuses

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The Nevada Caucuses are the “First in the West Caucus“. The first caucus of every political season is held in Iowa. This year, the Nevada Democratic Party had more than 80 early voting locations and more than 250 Caucus Day locations. The goal was to make the caucus as accessible and expansive as possible.

The Nevada Republican Party chose not to hold a 2020 caucus. On September 7, 2019, ABC News reported that the Nevada GOP voted to opt out of its caucus process, but stopped short of nominating Trump. Instead, state party officials on the central committee will participate in an endorsement vote, which could bind the state’s delegates to the president at a later date.

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Here is What Happened at the 2020 Iowa Caucuses

Iowa is the first state to vote in the primaries. In many other states, people vote by going to their polling station, marking their ballot, and handing it in. Iowa has a caucus. (1) One of the things I find interesting about caucuses is that there is plenty of room for unexpected things to happen.

The 2020 Iowa Caucuses happened on February 3.

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