11:42 p.m. ET, February 6, 2024
It’s 7 p.m. in Nevada and polls are ultimate around the state. Here is what to learn about Tuesday’s primaries
At the Democratic facet, President Joe Biden is at the poll in conjunction with a number of different applicants, together with Marianne Williamson, and the “none of those applicants” possibility. Rep. Dean Phillips entered the presidential race after the state’s submitting time limit, so he gained’t be at the poll. Nevada Democrats will allocate their delegates in keeping with the result of Tuesday’s number one and 36 delegates are at stake.
At the Republican facet, a state-run presidential number one is being held, which is not going to have an effect on the state’s delegate allocation to the Republican Nationwide Conference. The ones delegates might be awarded in keeping with the result of the party-run caucuses hung on Thursday. Twenty-six delegates are at stake within the caucuses.
Donald Trump is the one main GOP candidate at the poll within the caucuses. His GOP rival Nikki Haley is the one main candidate at the number one poll Tuesday and there can also be an possibility for “none of those applicants.” Nevada GOP laws avoided applicants from collaborating in each contests, however eligible electorate can vote in each.
Trump faces no severe opposition to win the state’s 26 delegates within the caucuses.