History of PPP
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What is a PPP? 

Nevada will have its first presidential preference primary (PPP), and a GOP caucus, in February 2024. A presidential preference primary is a statewide process to choose the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates for the November General Election ballot. 
During the 81st (2021) legislative session, Nevada passed Assembly Bill 126. Sponsored by Assemblyman Frierson, Assemblywomen Benitez-Thompson and Brittney Miller, AB126 transitions Nevada from a “Caucus System” to a “Presidential Primary Preference Election”. This election will occur on the second Tuesday in February of a presidential election year. State party officials suggested Nevada as the ideal choice for the first slot of the calendar year because of its diverse population, history as a swing state, and recent policies that make voting more accessible, such as same-day voter registration, two weeks of early voting before elections, and universal mail voting.