Nevada needs to keep away from the tech mishaps that plagued the Iowa caucuses, saying it might not use a controversial results-tracking app, opting as an alternative for paper-based balloting for this weekend’s begin of the state’s early voting course of.

The Related Press stories that Nevada Democratic Occasion Govt Director, Alana Mounce, stated in a memo on Tuesday that the celebration is working to simplify the method and construct in “further redundancies” to reduce any tech errors. 

The one know-how that will likely be used is within the voter check-in course of. Volunteers will use iPads to examine in early voters who will then fill out their paper ballots, which will likely be turned in and scanned as regular. 

“Every voter will likely be given a card with the voter registration ID quantity and a PIN, each of which the voter will enter when checking in on-line by way of a Google kind,” the Related Press stories. 

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Nevada initially deliberate to make use of the identical app created by developer Shadow that was used for the Iowa caucuses, however introduced the day after the caucus that they might be getting in a unique course. 

“We won’t be using the identical app or vendor used within the Iowa caucus,” stated Nevada Democratic Occasion Chair, William McCurdy II. “We had already developed a sequence of backups and redundant reporting methods, and are at the moment evaluating the most effective path ahead.”

Nevada’s caucus takes place on Saturday, February 22, however early voting takes place from February 15 to 18. 

Digital Tendencies reached out to the Nevada Democratic Occasion to seek out out if any know-how will likely be used on the precise voting day of February 22, in addition to what precautions they’re taking to ensure it goes easily. We are going to replace this story after we hear again. 

Know-how was responsible for the fiasco that was the Democratic Iowa caucus final week, which delayed outcomes by greater than 15 hours. 

Caucus employees reported that they couldn’t get the app to work and that some employees even initially forgot to obtain the app forward of time. Iowa Democratic Occasion chair Troy Value later stated that the app’s challenge needed to do with coding. The outcomes of the Iowa caucuses are nonetheless in dispute. 

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