The Associated Press reports:
Republicans in Nevada could have two chances next year to decide who they want to be their party’s presidential nominee. The catch: Only one will count. The Nevada GOP is insisting on holding its own caucus despite a new state law calling for a primary election, a move critics say is designed to benefit former President Donald Trump.
The competing contests are likely to confuse some and require GOP campaigns to spend extra time and money educating voters in one of the earliest states to cast ballots for the presidential nomination.
The results in the GOP primary are unlikely to matter because the state Republican Party has said it will use its party-run caucus to determine which candidate will receive the state’s delegates to the Republican National Convention.
Read the full article. Nevada GOP chairman Michael McDonald (photo) was one of his state’s fake electors. Back in December 2020, I reported on the fake signing ceremony, during which the fake electors, including McDonald, piously removed their MAGA hats to pray.
Republicans in Nevada could have two chances next year to vote for who they want to be their party’s presidential nominee, but only one will count. https://t.co/KRvTntpWPG
— The Associated Press (@AP) August 13, 2023
New: Michael McDonald, Nevada GOP chair, confirms he had his phone seized by the feds in fake electors scheme probe, and was interviewed by the Jan. 6 committee. @natashakorecki: https://t.co/SQPv1h277r
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) November 2, 2022