More Nevadans are taking advantage of early voting, and the trend seems to be helping both Democrats and Republicans.
Nevadans are anxious to cast ballots and make their voices heard.
Nevada’s two-week early voting period opened with long lines at polling places in both ends of the state.
Saturday is the first day you can cast an early ballot in the general election.
Republicans by creating onerous barriers to voting, including strict ID requirements and shortening of early vote periods have created what amounts to a new version of Jim Crow era poll taxes.
Today is the last day you can cast an early ballot.
Not too many Nevadans are taking advantage of early voting. The secretary of state’s office says less than 6% of the state’s one-million-plus voters cast early ballots last week.
Friday is the last day you can cast an early ballot.
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Early voting is underway in next month’s primary, but relatively few people are taking advantage. The Clark County Election Department says less than 7100 voters cast ballots at various locations since Saturday.