Nebraska Democrats might revert to a presidential primary when the party’s state central committee meets in Ord on Saturday.
Democrats began using the caucus system in 2008.
Response to an online survey as well as discussions within the party indicate a preference to return to the presidential primary, which would place it on the state May primary election date.
Party officials say while the caucus system helps with grass-roots organizing, it costs more, as much as $250,000.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont, won the Nebraska Democratic Caucus in 2016 while Democrats casting ballots later during the Nebraska primary, gave the nod to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over Saunders.