The 2016 presidential candidates head to Nevada for the “first in the west” caucuses. Here’s what you need to know.
When are the 2016 Nevada caucuses?
The Democrats and Republicans will hold their caucuses on different days. The Nevada Democratic caucus is on Saturday, February 20 and the Nevada Republican caucus is on Tuesday, February 23.
How many delegates are awarded in Nevada?
The Nevada Democratic Party offers 43 delegates to the national convention. The Nevada GOP offers 30 delegates.
How does the Nevada caucus work?
The parties and their candidates are making sure Nevada voters know how to caucus in the next week.
The Nevada Democratic Party released a how-to video to walk voters through the process.
Watch Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump’s daughter, explain how to caucus in Nevada (for Donald Trump).