Clark County has more GOP ballots than voters, throwing the caucus process into disarray.
Mitt Romney was the clear winner in the Nevada caucus, but the number two spot is still up in the air, as are the final total as votes in Clark County which are still being counted more than 30 hours after the caucus ended.
When they resumed counting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Republican volunteers were being observed by state GOP officials and representatives from each campaign, many of whom were concerned about the delay in tabulating the results.
But, the Clark County Republicans have made it very clear, they’re not going to be rushing, they’re doing things on their own schedule.
“Frankly, I think that it’s very complex to begin with,” said Bobbie Haseley with the Clark County GOP. “You’re talking about 38 site locations, thousands and thousands of people, hand ballots, and I can tell you that on the most part, everything went beautifully.”
While every other county had their election results posted last night, Clark County was still counting ballots Sunday morning. Haseley said volunteers were counting ballots until 4:30 in the morning when they decided to call it a night.