CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) -- As Nevada Republicans caucused to choose a presidential candidate, many voters bemoaned the process and signed petitions to return to a primary election process.
In Carson City, hundreds of voters who turned out early were able to "vote and go" hours before precinct meetings began. On the way out the door, many signed a petition urging the state GOP to return to a primary system.
Allowing early balloting in Carson City was an exception in the state. Voters elsewhere had to attend meetings to participate.
The last presidential primary in Nevada was held in 1996. Because of high costs and low turnout, Nevada then moved to a caucus system.
But some voters and others say the process is confusing and alienates those who can't attend time-specific caucus meetings.
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