Nevada's Convoluted Caucuses Could Give Sanders A Few Extra Delegates
It's also a reminder that the results aren't official until the state conventions take place.By Eugene Daniels | April 8, 2016
"Thank you, Nevada. Thank you so much," former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in her victory speech after winning Nevada in February.
Winning a state contest during the primary season means you should leave the state with more delegates than your competitors. The operative word there: should.
Hillary Clinton won the Nevada caucuses on Feb. 20 with 53 percent of the vote and was projected to win 20 of the 35 pledged delegates. But that projection is estimated to have gone down by two after county conventions took place.