The Nevada Democratic Party is hosting a series of interactive sessions where voters can get a better understanding of how to caucus.
Nevada Democrats are hosting two consecutive weekends in which community members can come and practice what it feels like to caucus. Instead of voting for their preferred candidate, attendees can expect to split into groups where they will “vote” for various items.
According to Alana Mounce, the party’s executive director, the mock caucus is meant to help voters navigate what can be a confusing process.
“Think about a dress rehearsal for a play. You want to go into the premiere of it having practiced once before. It allows volunteers... or those attending to understand how it will look, how it will feel, what you're going to do, what the directions are going to sound like, so people feel as prepared as possible.”
Nevada Democrats are hosting trainings across the state and more information about these events can be found on the party’s website.