State Democratic Party will further boost influence with virtual caucus, early voting
Presidential candidate Cory Booker poses with supporters Veronica Rodriguez and Patrick Hirsch, both of North Las Vegas, at the Rotary Club of Boulder City pancake breakfast before the start of the Boulder City Damboree Celebration 4th of July parade. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)
BOULDER CITY, Nev. — Like most Nevada Democrats, Sen. Jacky Rosen always wants to see more 2020 candidates paying attention to her state, and a new early caucus voting process may further boost the party’s influence.
“What I try to tell people about Nevada is that you might know us for beautiful Lake Tahoe or [the] Las Vegas Strip, but we’re a string of communities that have been here a long time, people who deeply care and are committed to each other,” Rosen told CQ Roll Call on the side of the parade route here at the annual Damboree Celebration last week.