More than 700,000 Nevadans cast ballots during early voting in advance of Tuesday’s general election, with nearly 50,000 more Democrats voting than Republicans.
Nearly half of all registered Nevada voters have cast early ballots. The secretary of state’s office says 46% have either voted early or sent in absentee ballots.
The Republican National Committee claims there are problems with voting machines in Nevada and five other swing states.
Republicans are closing the gap with Democrats in early voting. The secretary of state’s office says 42% of Nevada’s registered voters have cast early ballots as of yesterday morning.
Republicans and Democrats are making a furious push to turn out voters in Nevada, home to a stalemated Senate race and a furious contest between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney.
More Nevadans are taking advantage of early voting, and the trend seems to be helping both Democrats and Republicans.
Sen. Dean Heller and challenger Shelley Berkley kept it a little more low key in their second debate.
Dean Heller has opened up a significant lead over Shelley Berkley in the race for U.S. Senate.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio urged fellow Republicans to help defeat President Obama in November.
If you’re not registered to vote, you have until this Saturday to do so. Democrats continue to outnumber Republicans in voter registration in Nevada.