Final Week of Nevada Election 2020


Heading into the last week of the presidential campaign swing, Vice President Mike Pence delivered remarks during a rally last Thursday at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Meanwhile, Eric Trump also made a campaign stop Tuesday in Reno at the Atlantis Casino Resort.

Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris also stopped in Reno on Tuesday to campaign for herself and Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden. Senator Harris spoke to an audience of about 100 at the Bartley Ranch Regional Park’s Hawkins amphitheater.

There have been huge increases in overall voters during this election, which means more and more people are taking part in the election process. So far, 38 percent of active registered voters in Nevada have already taken to the polls. In the Quad-Counties, Republicans are leading with 25,314 ballots cast compared to the 15,427 Democratic votes cast and 10,562 votes cast by all other parties.

In Storey County 1,552 voters have cast their ballots, which is 43.06 percent of active registered voters.

Voters have returned 792 ballots by mail, which is 51 percent of the total turnout.

Democrat mail-in: 307
Republican mail-in: 290
Other party mail-in: 195

In-person, 760 voters have come to cast their ballots in Storey County.

Democrat in-person: 142
Republican in-person: 486
Other party in-person: 132

Storey County total ballots
Cast by Democrats: 28.93 percent
Cast by Republicans: 50.00 percent
Cast by other parties: 21.07 percent

In Lyon County, 15,557 voters have cast their ballots, which is 38.94 percent of active registered voters. They have returned 8,885 ballots by mail, which is 57.11 percent of the total turnout.

Democrat mail-in: 3,103
Republican mail-in: 3,568
Other party mail-in: 2,214

In-person, 6,672 voters have come to cast their ballots in Lyon County.

Democrat in-person: 886
Republican in-person: 4,536
Other party in-person: 1,250

Lyon County total ballots
Cast by Democrats: 25.64 percent
Cast by Republicans: 52.09 percent
Cast by other parties: 22.27 percent

In Carson City, 16,065 total ballots have been cast, which is 43.14 percent of active registered voters. Of those ballot, 10,085 were returned by mail, which was 62.78 percent of the total turnout.

Democrat mail-in: 4,534
Republican mail-in: 3,343
Other party mail-in: 2,208

In person, 5,980 voters have come to cast their ballots in Carson City

Democrat in-person: 1,305
Republican in-person: 3,551
Other party in-person: 1,124

Carson City total ballots
Cast by Democrats: 36.35 percent
Cast by Republicans: 42.91 percent
Cast by other parties: 20.74 percent

In Douglas County, 18,129 voters have cast their ballots, which is 46.83 percent of active registered voters. Voters have returned 12,212 ballots by mail, which is 67 percent of the total turnout.

Democrat mail-in: 4,194
Republican mail-in: 5,441
Other party mail-in: 2,577

In-person, 5,917 voters have come to cast their ballots in Douglas County.

Democrat in-person: 956
Republican in-person: 4,099
Other party in-person: 862

Douglas County total ballots
Cast by Democrats: 28.41 percent
Cast by Republicans: 52.62 percent
Cast by other parties: 18.97 percent

In the statewide race, Republicans are closing the gap. Last week early voting closed with a percentage of 44.66 percent Democrat, 33.72 percent Republican, and 21.60 percent all other parties. As of Monday, Oct. 27, this has narrowed to 41.61 percent Democratic votes, 34.91 percent Republican votes, and 22.48 percent all other party votes.

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