Nevada Democrats cite midterms in bid for first primary stop

RENO, Nev. (AP) – Nevada’s Democratic congressional members in a statement Friday urged the Democratic National Committee to make the Western swing state the first stop of the primary season and aimed for a strong midterm appears as evidence as to why it should be at the top. slots.

It’s the latest in a growing debate over who should gain the political power to be the nation’s first as Iowa’s half-century run stands on shaky ground. For months, the state’s delegates have fended off criticism that it doesn’t have a diverse enough electorate and that it’s impossible to predict which candidate will win the primary.

Members of Congress in Nevada said the results of the midterm elections – including the re-election of Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto after many considered her the weakest incumbent – “cemented why we must hold in the first presidential primary.”

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“Nevada is a working-class, pro-labor state with one of the most diverse populations in the nation and a commitment to voting rights that is a model for the nation,” they said.


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