“We have to make sure people participate at the precinct caucus level; it’s a foundation of our government,” said caucus volunteer Penny Brock. “If we don’t as Americans step up to participate, where will our government end up?”
Stories pertaining to the 2016 Caucus
Record turnout for the Republican caucuses in Washoe County resulted in long lines and an interesting evening of political conversation for participants.
Thousands cheered presidential candidate Donald Trump Tuesday at the Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, Nevada, as he rallied supporters around his popular slogan: “Make America Great Again.”
Photos and interviews by Jose Olivares.
Victoria Kane, staff member at the Reno-Sparks Tribal Health Center (RSTHC), did not vote until she was sixty-one.
“I like him,” Hwang says, referring to Sanders. “Free tuition, especially since I am a student right now, is like, the biggest thing to me.”
This year I signed up to be a Precinct Captain for Bernie Sanders. Since I am 19 years old, it is my first year of being eligible to participate in the Presidential nomination process.
Nevadans of all ages came together at the Nugget Casino Resort on Friday, Feb. 19 to show their support for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Bernie Sanders held an energetic rally at the Nugget Casino in Sparks, Nevada, Feb. 19. “You could feel the energy in the air,” journalism student Karlye Kost said.
By Jaimie Hays Jaimie Hays reports from the McQueen High School precinct 5062 in Washoe County during the Nevada Democratic caucus, where 400 attendees were expected. Nevada Precinct Coverage – McQueen High School in Reno, Nevada from Nevada Media Alliance… Read More ›