Nevada Caucuses Underway, Democrat Party Looks to Avoid Technical Glitches Similar to Iowa Debacle

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(FOX NEWS) – The Nevada caucuses are underway as Sen. Bernie Sanders takes an early lead — and state Democrats are cautiously hopeful they will avoid the chaos that hit Iowa’s caucuses earlier this month.

Early votes coming into the Fox News Decision Desk suggest the Vermont Democratic socialist is off to a strong start in the nation’s third contest in the Democratic presidential primary, but it was too early to project whether he will win.

The closely-watched process began at noon local time, with Nevada Democrats optimistic that they will avoid a repeat of the technical glitches that plagued the caucuses in Iowa.

Those fears led the state Democratic Party to decide to rely on traditional reporting by phone, rather than an app made by the same developer that created the app blamed for the debacle in Iowa. It has also scrapped a plan to use a Google Forms app loaded onto iPads.

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