Early voting period ends Friday

More than 310,000 have cast ballots so far

Mitch Kelly
October 30, 2020 - 5:10 am
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Clark County Nevada


Las Vegas, NV (KXNT) - The two week early voting window in Nevada ends on Friday.

Dozens of polling places will be open across the County for the last day.

County election officials say that the final day of early voting is typically the busiest so anyone planning on voting should expect there may be lines and come prepared to wait outside.

Voters are encouraged to identify several early voting locations convenient to them in case their first choice has a long line and they want to find a less busy site. Those planning on voting in person should use their sample ballot to prepare to vote and may want to bring their marked sample ballot with them to the voting site.

Masks and social distancing will be required at all polling places, which will have additional staff to sanitize voting machines and other areas after each use. So far, more than 310,000 Clark County voters have cast their ballots during early voting, which began Oct. 17.

Generally speaking, the busiest locations have been at the local malls and shopping centers, with community centers and other government locations not quite as busy.

A list of all Friday early voting locations is available here.