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Saturday, Jan. 19, 2008 | 9:13 p.m.
As the first western state to hold a caucus in the 2008 presidential election, all eyes were on Nevada. A record turnout of more than 115,000 attendees delivered on Democratic leader Harry Reid's promise that the Silver State would have significant influence in the race. However, the process — while progressive — was not without its problems. Long lines, registration woes, and general confusion plagued several Las Vegas caucus sites.