Last updated on April 2nd, 2020 at 05:52 pm
The main US presidential election in Nevada is going to be held on November 3, Tuesday. This election is also going to be part of the whole US Presidential Election along with the other 50 states. This election is going to be taken so that the people of Nevada will be able to choose the right candidate which they believe will stand for the Electoral College on November 3. Nevada State has a total of 6 electoral votes in the Electoral College.
2020 Nevada Republican Caucuses (Cancelled):
On September 7, 2019, it was announced that there would be no republic primaries or caucuses in Nevada. Nevada Republican Party was not the only one doing this act. In fact, there are other several states doing the same. According to the state party spokesman Keith Schipper, the primaries were canceled not because of the various controversies and the conspiracies regarding the protection of the current president of the USA, Donald Trump. But, the cancellation is merely focused on the protection of various resources to make sure that Donald Trump wins in Nevada and there would be a win for the Republican Political Party in the 2020 Presidential Election. On February 22, the Alternative Presidential Preference Poll was conducted among various republicans. During this poll, everybody who presented there voted by accumulation and officially decided to bind all the 25 pledged delegates in the name of Donald Trump.
2020 Nevada Democratic Caucuses:
On February 22, the 2020 Nevada Democratic Caucuses was held in Nevada, USA. The early voting was however held before from February 14 until February 18. The caucuses were held after the completion of the New Hampshire primaries. All of the democratic candidates had held their presidential campaign during 2019 and early January. The Nevada Democratic Caucuses is usually regarded as a closed caucus. This means that only the democrats would be allowed to vote. The same thing happened this year as well. A total number of 48 delegates are awarded by the 2020 National Democratic Caucuses. Among them, 36 are considered pledged while the other 12 are considered as unpledged. The total number of pledged delegates are decided by the number of CCDs won.
Candidates and results:
The former member of the US House of Representatives, Bernie Sanders from Vermont state received 6,788 CCDs which is nearly 46.8% of the total CCDs calculated in the 2020 Nevada Democratic Caucuses. This awarded him a total number of 24 estimated pledged delegates count.
The former vice-President of the USA, Joe Biden from Delaware state received 2,927 CCDs which is nearly 20.2% of the total CCDs calculated in the 2020 Nevada Democratic Caucuses. This awarded him a total number of 9 estimated pledged delegates count.
The former mayor of South Bend, Pete Buttigieg from Indiana State received 2,073 CCDs which is nearly 14.3% of the total CCDs calculated in the 2020 Nevada Democratic Caucuses. This awarded him a total number of 3 estimated pledged delegates count.
Apart from Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg, the other candidates on the ballot were Elizabeth Warren (9.7%), Tom Steyer (4.7%), Amy Klobuchar (4.2%), Tulsi Gabbard (4 CCDs), Andrew Yang (1 CCD), Michael Bennet (0 CCD), and John Delaney (0 CCD). None of these candidates were able to receive even one pledged delegates count.