Sun. Apr 5th, 2020

Buttigieg campaign alleges irregularities in Nevada caucuses vote


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those who questioned whether in Midwestern mayor could gather a national movement around a new kind of politics. You are the answer on everyone who believes in what we’re building. This is your night. This is your campaign things. Campaign belongs to everyone ready not only to end the era of Donald Trump, but tow launch the era that must come next. That bright, bright future lies before us, but it is far from certain it will come only if we get this nomination right. And so we are moving on from the battle born state with a battle on our hands. I congratulate my competitors on a vigorous campaign here in Nevada, and I congratulate Senator Sanders on a strong showing today knowing that we celebrate many of the same ideals. But before we rush to nominate Senator Sanders in our one shot to take on this president, let us take a sober look at whether is it stick for our party, for our values and for those with the most to lose. There is so much on the line, and one thing we know for sure is that we absolutely must defeat Donald Trump and everything that he represents choice in front of us. We can prioritize either ideological purity or inclusive victory. We can either call people names online or we can call them into our movement. We can either tighten a narrow and hard core base or open the tent to a new and broad and big hearted American coalition. Theo, this’ll is our shot. This is our only shot to beat Donald Trump. So I am asking Americans to make sure that we get this choice right. Join us in building that American life shaped by belong. Join us in creating that American future that faces are challenges with boldness and unity, and together we will write up this country. No way.

Buttigieg campaign alleges irregularities in Nevada caucuses vote

Pete Buttigieg’s campaign sent a letter to the Nevada State Democratic Party on Sunday, alleging that there are “material irregularities pertaining to the process of integrating early votes into the in-person precinct caucus results” and asking the party to take three concrete steps to address the purported issues.The letter asked the state party to “release early vote and in-person vote totals by precinct​,” “correct any outstanding second alignment errors identified by presidential campaigns, including ours” and “explain anomalies in the data.”Aides for the Nevada State Democratic Party did not immediately respond to requests for comment.”Currently, our data shows that this is a razor thin margin for second place in Nevada,” said Hari Sevugan, Buttigieg’s deputy campaign manager, about the letter. “And due to irregularities and a number of unresolved questions we have raised with the Nevada Democratic Party, it’s unclear what the final results will be.”

Pete Buttigieg’s campaign sent a letter to the Nevada State Democratic Party on Sunday, alleging that there are “material irregularities pertaining to the process of integrating early votes into the in-person precinct caucus results” and asking the party to take three concrete steps to address the purported issues.

The letter asked the state party to “release early vote and in-person vote totals by precinct​,” “correct any outstanding second alignment errors identified by presidential campaigns, including ours” and “explain anomalies in the data.”

Aides for the Nevada State Democratic Party did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

“Currently, our data shows that this is a razor thin margin for second place in Nevada,” said Hari Sevugan, Buttigieg’s deputy campaign manager, about the letter. “And due to irreg

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