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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Tuesday, Feb. 18 is the final day for voters who want to take part in the early voting for the Nevada Democratic caucus.
This is the first time the Nevada Democratic Party is offering early voting for the caucus.
Unlike a regular election, you will not receive a sample ballot in the mail. It is important to keep in mind that there will be varying times for voting at the early voting sites and if you choose to vote on caucus day (Feb. 22) you will need to go to your designated precinct, otherwise you can go to any site in the county.
The early voting is designed for those voters who can’t or don’t want to participate in an actual neighborhood caucus.
Unlike attending a caucus, early voting will be much faster. Those who early vote will be asked to select up to five top candidates.
“You need to be prepared when you get there. You want to pick up to five candidates. It’s not just one. You can do up to five and rank them from one to five,” said Dr. Sondra Cosgrove, CSN history professor.
The early voting data will be added with caucus day data to arrive at the final numbers for caucus day.