Omaha, NE – The Nebraska Democratic Party decided last year to hold a Presidential caucus--in hopes of having a say in the nomination of the Democratic Presidential candidate. With Super Tuesday failing to produce a clear nominee, Nebraska's caucus will matter. Nebraska Democratic Party Communications Director Eric Fought says state officials plan to spend the next few days educating potential caucusgoers about the process and what to expect Saturday. Fought says there's been some confusion about where the caucuses are held and what happens at them.
A list of locations, times and additional information about the Presidential caucus is available at www.nebraskademocrats.org.
Click on the link above to hear Eric Fought explain how the caucus process works and what voters can expect Saturday.