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but we are still seeing pretty long lines. we did talk to some people in line about coming here tonight. curtisa hazett: "my first time to caucus and i'm here for marco rubio because he's the best candidate to beat hillary in the general." marge custer: "it's very important i think it's the most significant election of my lifetime." richard royce:"yes it's important i'm voting for trump i want a crazy guy for president." but there's another story here.....the lines are so long that a lot of people have gotten fed up and just left. and some are concerned about the
donna hawkins:"they didn't want my registration or my papers or any of that they just wanted my name and i'm upset because why have all this paperwork if they aren't even gonna check and see if we are registered voters." we're looking into that and we'll be covering the caucusing as it happens all night. covering campaign 2016, erin breen channel 2 news. thanks erin-- caucuses are taking place all over northern nevada. and we have an inside look at all the action going on right now. ryan canaday joins us now live at the nugget in carson city. ryan can you give us an update now that we are a few hours in?
here at 4 pm but the lines aren't quite as crazy as they and 5:30. but there are still a fair share of people lining up to cast their ballots. we actually had a chance to speak with a few of them who are very surprised with the way things are running. jerry counts- carson city "it's much more like a vote than it is a caucus." khristine hansen-jones carson city- "i was actually expecting a lot more confusion than what we had having seen what went on over the weekend with the democrats so very pleasantly surprised." after people cast their ballot for the candidate of their choice they're given the option to leave or stay in this ballroom for the pricinct meetings. those meetings actually just began at 6pm and its here where they'll be electing delegates to go to the county convention. covering campaign 20-16 live in carson city, ryan canaday
the g-o-p frontrunner campaigned at the nugget in sparks today. most polls show donald trump with a large lead in nevada -- some by more than 25 points. paul nelson was at today's rally and joins us live in the studio -- paul.l. kristen -- trump talked a lot about national issues like immigration, the economy, and terrorism. but he really stayed away from issues unique to the silver state. still, his overall message seemed to resonate with his supporters -- heading into tonight's caucus. trump "like at 5:30, today, you know where you're gonna be, right?" donald trump was center-stage at the nugget. and after encouraging people to get out to vote, it didn't take long for the g-o-p frontrunner to go after one of his rivals. trump "i've met some much tougher people than ted cruz. he's like a baby compared to some of the people i have to deal with. he is like a little baby. soft, weak little baby by comparison, but for lying he's the best i've ever seen." trump emphasized his experience as a businessman -- talking
trade, jobs and taxes. trump "we're gonna make our business stronger, better than ever. we're lowering taxes for businesses, big league. we pay the highest taxes in the world. i don't know if you know that." more than 3-thousand people were on-hand to listen to the presidential hopeful's speech, that included his pro-second amendment stance and preventing mass shootings like the one in paris. trump "if one of you characters were in that room and you had your gun around your ankle or along your waist, it would have been whole different story." he also re-enforced his position on illegal immigration and building a wall along the mexican border. despite that, he thinks he'll win the hispanic vote in nevada. trump "first of all, they're here legally and they don't want their jobs taken away from them, and second of all, and more importantly, they know i'm going to bring jobs in." trump says national defense, and providing proper equipment to the military is another high priority. trump "we're going to get the stuff we want. we're going to make our military so big and so
nobody is gonna mess with us." most of people in the crowd are trump supporters. others are undecided and came to see if he could gain their support. tracy "i can really see why there's this big movement for him. he had the biggest crowd today and i get it." mark "he's a doer. he's not a talker and that's proven by his reputation, what he's accomplished." trump did not attack marco rubio -- saying that's because rubio hasn't attacked him. meanwhile, he accused hillary clinton of committing crimes and says she does not have the strength or stamina to be president. covering campaign 20-16 live in the studio, paul nelson, channel 2 news. and texas senator ted cruz continued campaigning in the silver state today... with campaign stops in fernley... minden and carson city. he said... if elected... he will work to fight back against government agencies. sen. cruz: "we will take on the epa, and the blm and cfpb and the alphabet soup of federal agencies that have descended
farmers and small businesses killing jobs all across this country." cruz told a crowd of supporters in nevada's capital... nevada's caucus has a big influence on how the country votes as a whole, and urged people to caucus tonight. after the rally in carson city cruz is traveling to las vegas to watch the caucus results come in. and we'll continue to cover the caucus all throughout the night. we'll have updated results on our website and on the bottom of your screen... and a full wrap-up during our 11 o-clock show. once again the weather will remain dry through the rest of the week thanks to a healthy ridge of high pressure built up across the west coast.
new tonight in crime beat.. the carson city sheriffs office is asking for your help identifying suspects in a burglary on february 11th. officers say it happened at the carson treasure thrift store at 49-49 highway 50 east in carson city. they say a suspect or suspects broke into the thrift store the night of february 11th and stole an undisclosed amount
the suspect vehicle appears to be an oldsmobile alero 4 door sedan with a rear spoiler.. between the years of 19-99 to 2004. if you know anything you're asked to contact deputy jarrod adams at 775 283-7854 and the nevada highway patrol has a larceny suspect in custody-- and is looking for another after a pursuit last night ended in reno. troopers say they were notified of the pursuit by washoe county deputies just after 5 last night... and pursued a silver nissan sedan at speeds of upwards of 100 miles an hour before ot crashed near meadowood mall and eventually stopped at the grand sierra resort. that's when two suspects fled the car. 23-year-old dominic gonzalez was later arrested and faces several charges including possession of stolen property... reckless driving and driving without a license.
getting into a maroon passenger car with silver rims. that suspect is described as a white man wearing a black shirt or pullover and blue jeans. if you know anything that can help investigators... call or text secret witness. mike will have a look at your forecast next.... but first - what are the biggest hazards threatening northern nevada? we'll show you what emergency managers are most concerned about right now...
contenders going forward. join us today the nevada department of transportation started removing a boulder that fell on u-s 50 near lake tahoe over the weekend. drilling the boulder the boulder is expected to be fully removed by the end of the day. but sections of roadway damaged by the rockfall will need to be repaved. through the end of the week the roadway in the glenbrook area will remain open in both directions but lanes will be reduced and minor travel delays are to be expected as the roadway is repaved. the boulder smashed onto the highway saturday night, however no one was hurt. washoe county emergency management is in the process of pushing through an update to our region's plans... in case of natural disasters. according to washoe county
kenneston-- the three biggest hazards threatening our region are-- earthquakes, wildland fires... and floods. and having an updated plan in place to mitigate those threats-- makes our community eligible for federal funding just in case disaster happens. aaron: "if we did have a major flooding event, and we had damage, the first thing fema asks us is, 'did you go through this type of community planning process?" the plan has already been approved by fema... washoe county... and the city of sparks. now it goes to tribal leadership and the city of reno for approval. once again the weather will remain dry through the rest of
the 2-time all-conference pick hit 500 with 3-homers and 9- rbi....she also posted 9assists and more importantly no errors at shortstop....she's the first since 2014. and that 5-0 weekend put the streak at 6-straight games....meaning they sit at 8-2 in the early season. the pack was out at practice for media day today and talked to us about how exciting it is to be off to such a great start. yeah its amazing but you cant just sit there...and look back you gotta look forward to the next day, we have more games that we can go out and attack, you cant be um you can't settle there's alot of strengths. i think that defensively we're getting out of alot of inning we're hitting at ton. we had like 15 home runs this weekend our pitching is doing really well i think that collectively we all have strenghts that is making us really good. yeah i think that you know 8-2 is maybe just a
we have a quality club we knew we had a club taht was going to give us a chance to be in every game and in that situation sometimes you loose but to win as many close ones we we've done at this point is a nice surprise for sure." next up the pack heads over to santa clara for the broncos 5- game tournament beginning friday. -the reno bighorns were looking to keep their 11-game home win streak alive this afternoon hosting the erie bayhawks...3rd quarter action thehorns looking outside to mark tyndale...he hits the 3-ball he had 11-points and 7- rebounds. -later more horns and check out the ball handling by the guy just back from playing with the jazz...erick green fouled but gets the continuation....he had 22=poiints, 5- rebounds, and 5-assists...horns up 16 -the horns were real good thanks garrett. next, mike will have a final
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