Multiple Democratic presidential campaigns are warning supporters of a potential disaster during the Nevada Caucuses later this month; saying few have been trained in new voting and reporting procedures.
“With the Nevada caucuses days away, campaign officials and Democratic activists are increasingly alarmed that they might prove a debacle as damaging as the vote in Iowa, further setting the party back in its urgent effort to coalesce around a nominee to take on President Donald Trump,” reports the Washington Post.
“Campaigns said they still have not gotten the party to offer even a basic explanation of how key parts of the process will work. Volunteers are reporting problems with the technology that’s been deployed at the last minute to make the vote count smoother. And experts are raising serious questions about an app the party has been feverishly assembling to replace the one scrapped after the meltdown in Iowa,” adds the newspaper.
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Source: Washington Post