The Democratic National Committee has approved Nevada democrats plans to offer the first-ever early voting option for presidential caucuses. The plan also calls for releasing raw vote totals from the caucus, and having caucus workers use an app instead of paper to record and transmit results. As the First in the West and third in the nation contest, Nevada plays a crucial role in determining the nominee. That’s why our party designed a caucus process that will expand access to all Nevadans. By offering four days of in-person early voting at nearly 80 locations across the state, as well as multilingual caucus materials and workplace caucus sites to accommodate our 24-hour workforce, Democrats say the caucuses will be the most accessible in history.