Nevada Democrats are aiming to avoid a repeat of Iowa's vote counting problems by hiring a call center with 200 paid operators for Saturday's caucus, NBC News reports. The call center, which has dedicated reporting lines, will be used to take in results on Saturday. "We're taking no chances when it comes to reporting," a Nevada Democratic Party spokesperson said, adding that the extra phone lines should "ensure that our precinct chairs and site leads will be able to successfully report results on caucus day." The results from the Iowa caucuses were delayed after an app malfunctioned and phone lines became jammed.

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