The move means that Iowa, which envisaged only the telephone vote to uphold the Democratic Party's rules on extending electoral law in the Caucus states, is in a particularly difficult situation.
Nevada's plans Including early personal voting, which means that the committee could view the state's plan without this element as compliant.
Last week, DNC Chairman Tom Perez made a statement with the co-chairs of the committee, saying that the telephone voting method had not taken place. "Although today's decision is not unexpected, we are still disappointed," said Troy Price, chairman of the Democratic Party in Iowa, in a statement after the vote. "We continue to rely on our vendors' ability to complete this process, but if the DNC does not believe that the virtual caucus can be secure, we can not continue and in less than five months we will continue to investigate." As soon as possible, what alternatives could exist to safely expand accessibility to the Caucuses 2020.
Price, who is attending the New Hampshire Democratic Party convention in New Hampshire, has met with officials to find a way to incorporate the premature vote of the Caucus trial.
Controversial is the use of paper votes for Iowa, which is decidedly rejected by New Hampshire, as it may seem too important to officials intending to consider the state of New England the first in the nation to be the primary state, and if Iowa introduces paper votes by 2020, it will Possibility for New Hampshire to postpone its prime date prior to Iowa's meetings.
Last year, the DNC set new rules for meetings that included the requirement for an absence option for voters who could not attend, including the regular Caucus Instead, 201
"It's unfortunate that the DNC will not allow us to continue the virtual caucus in 2020, "said Nevada State Democratic Party chairman William McCurdy II in a statement. "Despite this change, which is less than six months away from our February caucus, NV Dems is determined to continue to involve new Democrats, bring in more votes in this very important process, and open up several options to participate in our Caucus."
The members of the Regulatory Committee complained about their refusal of virtual caucusing and appealed to their desire to extend the voting in the primary process.
"I would like to thank our two democratic parties – Iowa and Nevada – for coming so far" Artie Blanco, a member of the Nevada Board of Governors, said before the decision that she was not supported either by this committee or by DNC had concrete instructions. "" It is impossible to find technology that is so secure that our virtual caucus can protect against hacking attempts. "
"These states are working hard with the help of the DHS and the FBI much help from President Trump or from Senator Mitch McConnell, who are actually trying to prevent this, "said former Cl inton White House officials and committee member Elaine Kamarck. "Nevertheless, there are officials in the federal government who are still trying to help state officials in these states to make a safer process."
Chairman of the Regulatory Committee, James Roosevelt Jr., announced that Chairman Perez supported his plan to work with the DNC leadership to find a way to make virtual caucusing work in the future.  "This time the effort has been left to the States, because the plans are usually worked out that way," Roosevelt said. "I think we now realize that this is greater than the problem of a state, and I will urge the DNC leadership to direct those efforts after the parliamentary elections, so that we have three years to deal with them."
The committee will meet again within two weeks to vote on final proposals from each state. If Iowa were unable to develop a compliance plan, the 2020 Committee could waive the rules, which are considered the last resort.