(Boston Globe) Less than a day before Nevada’s Democratic caucuses, the campaigns and the state party are bracing for problems. Again.
Nearly a decade ago, national Democrats moved Nevada toward the front of the presidential nominating calendar along with Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. They wanted to add a western and diverse state to the mix of early contests, and Republicans eventually followed suit.
But since its first run in 2008, the Nevada caucuses have been riddled with controversy, strife and turnout problems.
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