A unique Saturday evening caucus was held at Adelson School in Las Vegas, a private school founded by billionaire Sheldon Adelson. The special caucus was unprecedented and organized specifically for Jewish people who could not attend the earlier voting session due to Saturday Sabbath. Voters arriving at the nighttime caucus were given a religious test, according to Ron Paul supporters.
Voters were asked if they were Jewish by poll workers and also asked to sign a legal document stating the reason they did not vote earlier was because of their religious beliefs. This is dangerous territory and is likely to lead to lawsuits.
Adelson contributed $10 million to SuperPACs supporting Newt Gingrich, who is Catholic. Adelson is Jewish. He organized this special caucus specifically for himself and other Jews. So, are the results of all the non-Jewish voters going to be discarded? The religious test administered at the door puts the results of this entire caucus at risk.
Adelson's money didn't buy him a victory because his candidate only finished second in the state and Ron Paul was the victor at the special Jewish evening caucus. Better luck next time Sheldon and you will probably want to be talking to your lawyer soon.