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Nevada voters: iVoterGuide offers clear, concise research for upcoming primary and caucus

Tuesday, February 06, 2024 @ 09:36 AM

TUPELO, Miss. — With America preparing for the upcoming 2024 presidential elections this fall, many eyes are watching the Nevada Republican presidential caucus taking place later this week. Under a new law that effectively split the state’s primary and caucuses into two separate events on different days, Nevada will hold the presidential primaries on February 6 for both Republicans and Democrats, but the Republican primary is non-binding. The Republican caucus will take place on February 8 and is binding. While former president Donald Trump will only participate in the caucus and won’t be on primary ballots, his major 2024 GOP rival, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, is only on the primary ballot and isn’t participating in the caucus.

For Nevada voters who might be confused about this process, iVoterGuide (, the nation’s premier Christian voting guide, has prepared a helpful voter guide that details all presidential candidates (both Democratic and Republican) and their political stances. For voters questioning which candidate would be the best reflection of their values, iVoterGuide provides well-researched voter guides that outline every candidate’s prior political history, biases and viewpoints, and more.

“While it can be confusing, the Nevada primary and caucus is a vital piece of the presidential election,” said iVoterGuide President Debbie Wuthnow. “Registered Republicans can vote in both contests, so it’s important that voters are informed on who they are voting for.”

Included in the voter guide are those presidential candidates running in a partisan primary or caucus who raised $5 million and polled at least 5% in one of the first three primary states, as of November 30, 2023. The guide covers Democratic candidate Joe Biden, including his endorsements and financial contributors, as well as both remaining Republican candidates, Donald Trump and Nikki Haley.

When it comes to controversial topics, iVoterGuide has compiled extensive sources illustrating each candidate’s position, including the right to life, religious liberty, healthcare, national security, immigration, and even current events such as the recent attack by Hamas on Israel. 

“There is an opportunity for Americans to elect representatives that will make positive, meaningful change, but that will only happen if all voters are informed,” said Wuthnow. “For Nevada Republicans wondering how to best reflect their values this election year, iVoterGuide offers clear, concise research to help guide them through the maze.”

For voters who are unsure of who to vote for, provides accurate, up-to-date information on thousands of candidates. Because differences between candidates aren’t as readily apparent in the primary as in the General Election,’s research and ratings can be extremely valuable in helping voters determine the distinctions between candidates who all run under the same party banner. is dedicated to equipping Americans to be informed, educated voters and is a one-stop resource for candidate ratings and election information. is known for its accuracy and integrity in researching and evaluating candidates and equipping Christians to vote wisely and be good stewards of their citizenship.

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