There were some long lines and packed rooms at Swope Middle School Saturday, as Republicans turned out to caucus there.
Governor Brian Sandoval showed up to support the effort, but not a specific candidate.
He says he's proud to see so many Nevadans participating in the political process, and he thinks the country will be proud of how things shaped up on Saturday.
As for who he's backing, the Governor isn't saying for now.
"I'm going to be supporting the ultimate nominee," he said. "Governor Perry from Texas was the individual that I endorsed. He's since dropped out of the race, and whoever the nominee is , they'll have my full support."
Meanwhile, the Governor says he's excited to see the national spotlight on the Silver State.
"We're the first in the west," the Governor said. "We're the fifth state in the country to be holding a political process in the selection for the Republican nominee for presidency. I think it's gone extremely well."
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