"This is a s*** show."
That's how one campaign operative reportedly described the situation in Nevada as the state's GOP caucuses got underway Tuesday evening.
Accusations of misconduct, irregularities and lack of organization were reported at caucus sites around the state.
Volunteers were spotted wearing campaign gear showing support for Donald Trump, displaying their favoritism for the businessman.
Not one but two ballot collectors wearing TRUMP t-shirts at this caucus site in Vegas. https://t.co/DgwyL6eNpL— Richard Wolffe (@Richard Wolffe) 1456280538.0
Trump supporter working the precinct in Sun Valley. #nvgopcaucus https://t.co/xM4OPkGjZr— Anjeanette Damon (@Anjeanette Damon) 1456279469.0
The National Review's Elaina Plott reported that there was no caucus site set up for one precinct.
There were also reports of double voting.
Man here says "it's a disaster." No one is checking in or checking IDs. They're handing out ballots willy nilly. Some guy voted trump twice— Emily C. Singer (@Emily C. Singer) 1456277077.0
Party officials are reviewing reports of double voting, & there is a process in place to review. Chaos is contained, says @RNC official— Emily C. Singer (@Emily C. Singer) 1456281854.0
A GOP official said in a statement that the party takes such issues "very seriously" and "will be reviewing ballots."
GOP official on caucus insanity, reports of double voting. https://t.co/CY6ACvLssM— Jon Ralston (@Jon Ralston) 1456282232.0
Nevada GOP responds on Twitter to reports of irregularities, misconduct https://t.co/ZTVHULNWEE— Oliver Darcy (@Oliver Darcy) 1456285301.0
A spokesperson for the Republican National Committee did not immediately return TheBlaze's request for comment.
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