THE Nevada Republican Caucus begins Thursday, February 8, just two days after the state’s primary election on Tuesday, February 6.
GOP front-runner Donald Trump will face several challengers, with the notable exception of former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who instead opted to enter Tuesday’s primary race. With just 32% of the vote, the former UN ambassador lost to the “none of the above” voting option, which received almost 62%.
Whoever wins Thursday’s caucus race will receive all of Nevada’s 26 delegates to the party’s nominating convention in July. The former president, who chose to participate in the caucus, is the only major candidate in the running.
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Meanwhile, the United States Virgin Islands GOP Caucus will also take place Thursday with Trump and Haley appearing on the ballot. The candidate who wins more than 50% of the vote will receive the four available Republican delegates.
As a territory, Virgin Islands residents do not have the opportunity to vote in the 2024 presidential election, but do have a say in choosing party candidates. The Democratic presidential caucuses will be held on June 8 and 12 delegate votes will be up for grabs.
What time is the Nevada caucus?
Voting for Nevada’s in-person caucus will take place from 5-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 8. Nevadans must be registered as Republicans by January 9 to participate.
To find your caucus location, visit nevadacaucus.gop.
What time is the Virgin Islands caucus?
Voting for the U.S. Virgin Islands caucus took place from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Atlantic Standard Time at the St. Croix and St. Thomas offices. Voting at the St. John location took place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. AST.
The caucus will adopt a ranked-choice or ranked-choice voting system, in which voters rank candidates based on their preferences.
Virgin Islands Caucus Results
Find the results of the Virgin Islands Republican presidential caucus when they are available…