Nebraska Democrats are preparing for their second presidential caucus.
The caucus happens statewide this Saturday. In 2008, the Nebraska Democratic Party held its first caucus, and supported President Obama.
Democratic Party chairman Vic Covalt says the caucus gave Nebraska a role in the nominating process. "We went to the caucus because we wanted to help decide who the President would be, and the Nebraska caucus in February 2008 was the first of 11 straight small-state wins that gave Obama the edge that ultimately led to his victory in the Democratic nomination."
Nebraska split its electoral votes in 2008, with the Second Congressional District vote going to President Obama. Covalt says the caucuses are also an outlet for Democrats to talk about issues and priorities.
A list of caucus locations is available at www.nebraskademocrats.org.