Donald Trump in a creative part: Armed with a Valyrian steel sword named Deal-Maker, Donald Trump embarks on a quest through Westeros to take care its border policies. Watch the video.
Today an in the next days we offer you various live streams with Donald Trump.
On February 23. is the next step to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland – the Nevada caucuses. In the moment Donald Trump has won 67 delegates. Ted Cruz 11.
The Nevada caucuses began in 2008, reflecting the growing importance of the West as well as Nevada’s electoral bellwether status. In 2012, the Nevada caucuses were the third major electoral event in the nominating process for President of the United States, though little attention was given to the contest. In 2016, Nevada will gain more prominence by holding its vote directly following South Carolina, with the hope of giving the West a greater voice in the process.
The Nevada caucuses, similar to the Iowa caucus, are run by the state political parties and serve to select delegates which are nominated to the country convention. From the county convention, delegates are nominated for the state convention, from which delegates are then nominated to the national party convention, where the eventual nominee is selected. As such, the Nevada Caucuses are dissimilar from a primary since the purpose is to select delegates for the county level, which begins the process where delegates eventually get sent to the national convention to support the candidate selected by the voters at the county level.
The Nevada caucus has 3 levels: The precinct, the county convention and finally the state convention. Overall, Nevada has 33 Democratic delegates and 34 Republican delegates who will represent the precinct level voters at the respective national convention to select the nominee.
Read more at http://www.uspresidentialelectionnews.com/2016-presidential-primary-schedule-calendar/2016-nevada-caucus/#SEUDMVKEGh1uCfh3.99