• Governor signs law giving Nevada 1st presidential primary

    7 days ago - By Star Tribune

    Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday signed a law that would make Nevada the first state to vote in the 2024 presidential primary contests, bumping Iowa and New Hampshire from their leadoff spots.
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  • Nevada Bumps New Hampshire, Iowa From Being First U.S. States to Hold Presidential Primaries

    7 days ago - By Newsweek

    The law would make Nevada the first to vote in the 2024 presidential primaries but the change needs to be agreed upon by the national political parties. "Nevada represents a diverse constituency that presidential candidates need to talk to," said Nevada's Speaker of the House Jason Frierson.
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  • Nevada governor signs law that purportedly gives that state 1st presidential primary

    Nevada governor signs law that purportedly gives that state 1st presidential primary

    7 days ago - By WMUR

    The law is likely to set off maneuvering by other states, especially Iowa and New Hampshire, to move up their contests. The national political parties would need to agree to changes in the calendar, or state parties could risk losing their delegates at presidential nominating conventions.
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  • Governor signs law giving Nevada 1st presidential primary

    8 days ago - By ABC News

    Nevada's governor has signed a law making the Western state the first to vote on the 2024 presidential primary contests, bumping Iowa and New Hampshire from their leadoff spots
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  • Governor signs law giving Nevada 1st presidential primary

    8 days ago - By My Sanantonio

    LAS VEGAS - Nevada Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak, signed into law Friday a bill that would make the Western state the first to vote in the 2024 presidential primary contests, bumping Iowa and New Hampshire from their leadoff spots.
    Signing the law is a gamble.
    It's likely to set off maneuvering by other states, especially Iowa and New Hampshire, trying to move up their contests. The national political parties would need to agree to changes in the calendar or state parties could risk losing their delegates at presidential nominating conventions.
    The Democratic National Committee has not yet...
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