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107,000 Turn Out For Nevada Dem Caucuses *

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA — E-mail from Kirsten Searer at the Nevada Democratic party:

The Nevada Democratic Party released the following turnout information today and will update this information later in the day:

With 84 percent of the precincts reporting we are seeing record turnout with more than 107,000 caucus attendees.

Stay tuned for a look at who was not able to participate and why.

UPDATE: With 98% reporting the number is now 115,800.

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