LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — 8 News Now spoke with the local democratic delegation about the upcoming Nevada caucus in light of what happened in Iowa. Members expressed confidence it will be successful.
Representative Dina Titus was in Iowa yesterday for the caucuses and said that she was assured Nevada is addressing these problems.
“We’re using a different server, a different app. We’ve got a little bit more time to get ready for it,” said Titus. “We’ve also got early voting for four days before the caucus, and we’ve been doing it for a while. We don’t have the culture of Iowa, but I’m pretty confident that we’re going to pull this off.”
Former Senator Harry Reid sent us his response on the caucus. He said Nevada has built the best state party operation in the country. He went on to say that he is “100 percent confident that what happened in Iowa will not happen in Nevada.”
Valley Republicans also reacted to the caucus.
“It shows they’re not capable of running things. If they can’t run something as simple as a caucus in Iowa, how can they run the country effectively?” questioned David Sajdak, chairman of the Clark County Republicans.
President Trump tweeted this morning in part, “When will the Democrats start blaming RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA, instead of their own incompetence for the votring disaster that just happened in the Great State of Iowa?”