The NV State Dem Party is asking site leaders for today's caucuses to sign non-disclosure agreements that would prevent them from speaking to the media.
The news comes just one day before the NV Dem caucuses. The caucus process here in NV has come under intense scrutiny after a similar process melted down in Iowa. NV Dems, lead by operatives with ties to former Sen. Maj. Ldr. Harry Reid, have worked to ensure the caucus goes smoothly, worried that a poor showing could imperil the state's first in the west status and further undermine the entire nomination process.
An Iowa Dem Party aide tells CNN, "Caucus volunteers weren't asked to sign NDAs."
"I don't want this to fail," Morrison said of his disappointment with not being able to help with Saturday's caucuses, "but the actions of the party left me no choice but to speak out."