Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Ashley powers nevada caucus

  • Reporting from Henderson, Nev. -- I got kicked out of a Nevada caucus. I had gone Saturday morning to a community center at Sun City Anthem, where Id interviewed voters during previous elections.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • A Los Angeles Times reporter was covering a caucus event in southern Nevada when things suddenly got ugly on Saturday.
  • (Raw Story)
  • I got kicked out of a Nevada caucus. Having been assigned to report on a random The chairwoman asked who I was. "Ashley Powers from the Los Angeles Times." To understand what happened next, some context is in order.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • A reporter from the L.A. Times, Ashley Powers, who had credentials from the Nevada Republican Party, was kicked out at the caucus site at Sun City Anthem.
  • (DAILY KOS)
  • Ashley Powers writes that she was wearing a press badge issued by the Clark County Republican Party as she took notes about the speeches at a Republican caucus. "It wasn't much of a secret that I was a reporter.
  • (Poynter.org)
  • L.A. Times reporter Ashley Powers was kicked out of a precinct Another thing that had Nevada GOP leaders calling for a primary rather than a caucus in the future was the low turnout.
  • (Article.nationalreview.com)
  • "Thank you, Nevada!" a beaming Romney party accreditation was forced out of a caucus in the Sun City Anthem precinct when some voters turned on her.
  • (Toronto Star)
  • This is only the second time Nevada has held a caucus at the start PRESS badges that theoretically allow them access to the caucus sites.
  • (Slate)
  • LAS VEGAS — In one of the more colorful weekends of the Republican presidential campaign, Nevada caucus results remained incomplete (Times staff writers Michael J. Mishak and Ashley Powers in Las Vegas contributed to this report.
  • (Wichita Eagle)
  • 3:42 p.m. PT: The Nevada caucus results are being driven by conservative February. 7. 3:36 p.m.
  • (Neon Tommy)

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