Not every voter was able to make it to the Nevada caucuses that began on Saturday morning and instead were stuck at work.
The Nevada caucuses have strict time constraints for voters to participate. Check in began at 11 a.m. PT and voters had to be in line by 12 p.m. PT in order to caucus. Many people's work schedules prevented them from participating.
Ricky Acero was hoping to caucus for Bernie Sanders, but the 22-year-old graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, had to go to work. He does construction projects to pay off $18,000 in student loans.
"I'm pretty disappointed," Acero told BuzzFeed News. "I really wanted to wanted to get my voice out there."
He said he supports Sanders for his positions on education and because of his idealism.