Nevada bill aims to shake up U.S. presidential nominating calendar

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By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nevada is poised to challenge Iowa and New Hampshire to become the first state to vote in the 2024 U.S. presidential nominating contests, a move that would shake up a political system that has been in place for decades. Both chambers of its Democratic-controlled state legislature passed a bill over the weekend that would seek to make its primary the nation’s first, subject to the signature of Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak and the approval of the national Republican and Democratic parties. Sisolak’s office did not immediately respond to a request for …

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