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Nevada's Democratic Party said Thursday it plans to use an iPad loaded with the Google Forms survey application to calculate voting results in caucuses next week. This system is an attempt to avoid repetition of the Iowa caucus.
The application will be uploaded to 2,000 iPads purchased by the party and distributed to the constituencies, according to a memorandum signed by Party CEO Alana Mounce seen by Press related Thursday. The Google application will calculate and send the results electronically, while the second step will rely on the submission also done by phone.
"In choosing the best path forward, our guiding principles are confidentiality, efficiency and simplicity," Mounce said in the memorandum. "We understand the importance of having this …