Nevada Newsmakers

Host: Sam Shad

George Harris, Chairman Nevadans for Sound Government
Glen Martel, Nevada Builders Alliance

"It was a way for the Democrats to inject themselves into the Republican primary."

- George Harris, Chairman, Nevadans for Sound Government, says the Democrats made the presidential preference primary law without one vote from the Republicans and wasted $6.1 million on sending out ballots “that meant nothing and none of the above won.” He adds Democrats didn’t want to see Trump on the ballot and “they should have left it alone in the caucus” where voters would have seen Trump, DeSantis and Scott represented.