NEVADA (KTNV) — A volunteer who was supposed to work at the Nevada caucus ended up walking away from his position.
Seth Morrison says he didn't get training on a new tool until Friday and felt there were a lot of risks to the caucus.
"We only saw the caucus calculator through a webcast on Tuesday, during the day. And then if you made a special effort to travel to real-life training, you could have done that Tuesday or Wednesday or Thursday evenings," Morrison said.
He also said representatives asked him to sign a non-disclosure agreement that he would not disparage the Democratic party in any way.
However, Morrison refused to sign the agreement and quit from his volunteer position.