LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — "This has been a really big day for the state," said Nevada Democratic Senior Adviser Jon Summers.
A big day that was weeks in the making.
Leading up to Saturday's caucus, the debacle of Iowa remained top of mind.
Nevada Democratic leaders vowed that what happened in Iowa would stay there, and Saturday night, party officials say the Silver State exceeded expectations.
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"Not only have we been able to avoid the catastrophe that was Iowa, we also were able to blaze a new trail right here in Nevada," said Summers.
Summers says over 75,000 people participated throughout the four-day span for early caucusing. A large reason why he says the day went smoothly.
Deputy site lead Joquin Beltran drove in from his home in LA to volunteer Saturday.
"We did not want Nevada to have any transparency issues, reporting issues," said Beltran.
He says that from his perspective, the process went quickly for voters.
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"We try to do a very effective job at being transparent and clear so people can feel their voices were heard," he said.
While Democratic officials originally said they couldn't promise any results today, numbers are continuing to come in Saturday night.
"If we run into anything, we will tell people, but so far everything is going exactly as planned," Beltran said.