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Idaho's Politically Active Send Volunteers To Nevada Ahead Of Saturday's Caucuses

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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders speaking with attendees at the Clark County Democratic Party's 2020 Kick Off to Caucus Gala at the Tropicana Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Idaho’s presidential primary is now less than three weeks away, but almost everyone’s focus will be on Nevada this coming Saturday when that state holds its own presidential caucuses. 

Political teams from Idaho will be heading to Nevada to help their candidates get out the vote effort. 


Boise State Public Radio's George Prentice spoke with two folks from the Bernie Sanders Campaign as they talked about their hopes for the Idaho primary. They’ll roll a team of campaign workers from the Gem State to Nevada early Friday morning. Hear the extended interview on Idaho Matters

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