Nevada prepares for its upcoming caucuses.
The Nevada Democratic Party, which has decided to forgo the use of an app like the one used in the Iowa caucuses, has said it intends to use iPads, Google Forms, and other "tools" (not apps) to process and tabulate results in its February 22nd caucuses, according to the Washington Post. The Post notes that this still leaves the door open for potential problems and vulnerabilities, although Chad Loder, founder of Habitu8, pointed out that using a well-established resource like Google Forms is still wiser than trying to rush out a custom-made app. Nevada's plans still seem somewhat uncertain, and the DNC is worried it will see a repetition of what happened in Iowa. Yahoo News obtained documents showing that the DNC was "intimately involved" in the development of the app that caused problems in Iowa.
Meanwhile in Iowa, the Sanders and Buttigieg campaigns have both filed for a partial recanvass of the caucus results, the Associated Press reports. Troy Price, the head of the Iowa Democratic party, has resigned, according to NPR. Price said in his resignation letter, "As chair of this party, I am deeply sorry for what happened and bear the responsibility for any failures on behalf of the Iowa Democratic Party."