The Democratic National Committee has officially killed an idea that the party leadership for both the Iowa and Nevada caucuses had been pushing. In order to increase participation in their respective presidential conclaves, the state party leaders were moving forward with a procedure to allow qualified voters to cast their caucus votes without attending the actual precinct meetings.
The national party leadership, at the behest of DNC chairman Tom Perez, voted at the end of last week to prohibit this proposed cyber-cast voting either through an online or telephone administrative process. Mr. Perez argued that the cyber-voting would not be sufficiently secure, hence the idea was rejected. As in the past, voters will have to attend the 2020 caucus meeting in order to vote, though both states will install a verified absentee ballot option.
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