This article is information for the likely voters that support electing Donald John Trump Sr. the next President of the United States. Democrats caucus on the 20th of February. However, the below details focus on the Nevada Republican caucus held on Tuesday, February 23.
The numerous Democrats and Independents that read this will have to wait another ten months to join the rest of us voting for Mr. Trump.
Republicans — most of you know that the party voting precinct meeting mandated by Nevada Revised Statute (NRS) 293.135 is labeled a caucus.
Registration (sign-in) begins at 5:00 p.m. on the 23rd. Polls will be open for voting (for casting your ballot) at the same time. They close at 8:30.
Recently, the Republican Party designated caucus locations scattered throughout most of Nevada. There is a good chance that yours is probably not where you usually vote. To determine your precinct’s caucus location go to: http://www.nevadagopcaucus.
The precinct number is on your New Hampshire. Bringing it to the caucus could be helpful. Search for a sign-in table that has your precinct number displayed. As Republicans, you will need to show proof of your identity, such as a valid driver’s license, to register.
Please don’t confuse the time-consuming and somewhat intimidating caucus procedures reportedly used in Iowa and New Hampshire with Nevada’s. In the Silver State, you will be given a paper ballot after registering at your precinct’s table.
Just mark it for Donald J. Trump and drop it into the ballot box. Then go home and watch the results of a hopefully Trump landslide that you helped make possible. Keep in mind that in our state, the higher the percentage of votes, the more delegates.
Or, after voting, you can stay and meet with your precinct neighbors and convince as many as possible that Donald Trump should also be their choice. Favorable nationwide polls would be an attention-getter.
But some may accuse Mr. Trump of not being detailed. Need specifics? Did you know that at www.DonaldJTrump.com you can read both the short and yes, detailed versions of the Donald’s positions. The structure of the “debates,” and, to a lesser degree, his events and interviews, [along with some more expanded] details. The tips of the icebergs on four Trump positions: Reforming the VA: Veterans will get the care they need wherever and whenever they need it with better support for women veterans.
Second Amendment Rights: The Constitution is clear. The right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed upon. Period! Tax changes: A Simpler Tax Code for All Americans. Trump’s Plan is about five pages long on DonaldJTrump.com. It cuts taxes for everyone, especially for the middle class, and doesn’t add to the National debt.
Immigration reform: A nation without borders is not a nation. There must be a Mexico Pay For wall across the southern border. Laws must be enforced. Any plan must improve wages and security for all Americans.
Without much of a doubt, if you haven’t listened to Mr. Trump in person, then you’ve watched him/heard him outline his positions on television or on your social media device. There will be one last chance to personally see and hear Mr. Trump in Las Vegas. The date, time, and place have not yet been decided. As always, admission is free.
Those Democrats that have read this far should consider joining the many members of their party that are now Trump Democrats. Even better, they could become part of an amazing number of Democrats recently
registered as Republicans because they want to vote for Trump.
There seems little doubt that Mr. Trump is favored by an overwhelming number of voters from all parties on topics such as security and the economy. Thus, a very few hours of each Trump supporter’s time at the
caucus could convert his favorability and poll numbers into delegate votes. To mimic Mr. Trump, a “huge” victory could be decisive.
This is the bottom line: Circle the 23rd of February on your calendar, determine your precinct’s caucus location, and arrive at that polling place as soon after 5:00 p.m. as convenient.
Register and obtain your ballot. Designate Donald J. Trump as your choice and put the ballot into the collection box. Remember that voting ends at 8:30 p.m.