LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Clark County voters eclipsed Tuesday’s mark by more than 2,000 votes, casting 27,994 ballots — the largest turnout for the second week of early voting. Just two days remain to cast early votes in-person for the General Election.
That number brings the 12-day total of residents who voted in person to 312,943, according to the Clark County Election Department.
Early-voting sites will remain open through Friday, Oct. 30. You can also mail in your ballots or vote on election day on Nov. 3.
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The first day of early voting this year saw a turnout of 27,217 people. For comparison, in 2016, the first day of early voting had 39,309.
Voters at Centennial Center in the northwest valley have cast 22,298 ballots — tops in the valley. Downtown Summerlin has seen 18,589 ballots cast, and Galleria at Sunset rounds out the top three sites in the valley with 18,512 early votes cast in-person.
Here are the top 3 from 2016:
- Galleria at Sunset: 46,728
- Centennial Center: 32,167
- Meadows Mall: 26,760
According to Clark County, 48 locations will be open at various times through Oct. 30. This link will show you all the early voting sites. For a complete list of mail drop-off locations click here.
You can find a map with wait times on the county’s election website.