Published Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008 | 5:24 p.m.
Updated Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008 | 2:14 p.m.
The state Democratic Party is advertising not only for its own caucus, but the Republicans' as well.
In a new spot running statewide, Sen. Harry Reid walks through a room in Searchlight (birthplace of the Majority Leader).
"The presidential candidates are listening. So whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican, caucus on Saturday the 19th. Let them hear your voice and be part of the change America needs."
Meanwhile, a graphic comes up saying "Attend Democratic or Republican Caucus Saturday, January 19th."
Reid told us that a robust turnout in both caucus would benefit Nevada.
"I think Republicans should have a good caucus," he said.
Kirsten Searer, spokeswoman for the state party, says that as independent and Republican voters learn about the caucus in coming days, they can re-register at their caucus sights to participate in the Democratic caucus. The Republican caucus is closed to new registrants. The party spent $150,000 on the ad buy.