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Nevada lawmakers pass bill to make state first presidential primary in 2024


Nevada is making a push to become the first state to hold a presidential primary in 2024. Nevada lawmakers passed a bill on Monday that would make the state the first to weigh in on the 2024 presidential primary contests. The bill still must be approved by the Democratic governor and it also would need the backing of the national political parties to eventually change the calendar. New Hampshire has held the nation’S first presidential primary since 1920. But backers of this bill say Nevada is a diverse state with a population that mirrors the demographics of the U-S.

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