The 2020 delegate selection process will include four days of early voting from Saturday, Feb. 15 through Tuesday, Feb. 18, as well as a virtual caucus on Sunday, Feb. 16 and Monday, Feb. 17.
Caucus Day will be Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020.
This delegate selection plan was voted on by members at the NV Dems State Central Committee meeting Sunday and will be submitted to the Democratic National Committee this Friday.
Leaders from the state’s Democratic Party have for more than a decade been pushing to bolster Nevada’s role in the presidential election process, branding Nevada as “First in the West.”
The Iowa caucus is scheduled for Feb. 3. The New York and New Hampshire primaries are scheduled for Feb. 4 and 11, respectively. The South Carolina Democratic primary is scheduled for Feb. 29.
Super Tuesday will be March 3, 2020.
In a statement Monday, party Chair William McCurdy II said, “I am grateful to our Democratic community for giving us your input and feedback to help make our 2020 caucus the most accessible, expansive, and transparent caucus yet. We know that when we come together and every Nevadan is afforded the ability to participate, we elect leaders who put hardworking families first. I am confident we will elect the Democratic nominee who will defeat Donald Trump next November and finally have a leader who will make our country one that works for all Americans.”