No bottleneck at the door, no chaos to report and no problems with the counts.
Republicans say everything went smoothly for the local Republican caucus Saturday in Reno. And Nevadans have now cast their votes for who they want to run against President Obama.
"Smooth as silk," said caucus-goer Bob Davis as he left the building 45 minutes after he arrived today.
And most other caucus-goers agreed.
"It really was an improvement over 4 years ago," added Doris Thompson.
They of course were referring to the caucus of 2008 when they were overcrowded, ran out of ballots and were basically overwhelmed. Since then, Republicans have worked long and hard to bring the process into line.
"We had 800 trained volunteers helping this time around," said Randi Thompson who handled the media Saturday, "And of course, we spread it all out. We had 15 locations this time as opposed to just 4 last time to cut down on crowds everywhere, and it worked."
Supporters of each of the four Republican presidential hopefuls had equal time to lobby for their candidate and each precinct tallied up their totals within an hour of when it started.
At Galena, Mitt Romney had a lot more support than the other three, but the totals will all be reported to the State Republican Party which plans to release the results through social media starting at 5 p.m., with Clark County's results expected sometime after 7 p.m.