LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — There are just three days left to early vote in-person for the General Election. On Tuesday, Clark County saw its largest turnout for the second week of early voting, with 25,964 ballots cast.
That number brings the 11-day total of residents who voted in person to 284,949, according to the Clark County Election Department.
With that addition, more than 554,000 Clark County residents have voted in the first 11 days of early voting. That includes nearly 270,000 mail-in ballots, according to the Nevada Secretary of State, and about 285,000 others who voted in person.
Early-voting sites will remain open through next Friday, Oct. 30. You can also mail in your ballots or vote on election day on November 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.
The busiest early voting site the last few cycles has been Galleria at Sunset. 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.