This editorial appeared in the Friday edition of The Record-Courier.
Moving the primary election to January is probably the only way Nevada will both get some say in who becomes president and not have to pay for a third election.
In the last decade, Nevada's primary, in which the political wheat is separated from the chaff, has moved all over the calendar.
Since the turn of the century, the primary has been in September, August or, most recently, June.
But because the presidential primary for both parties is determined long before June, waiting until then isn't practical for a small …