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Early Voting Favors Democrats
Early Voting Favors Democrats

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AIR DATE: October 29, 2012

Saturday will mark the first full week of early voting in Nevada. So far turnout in Clark County among early voters favors Democrats. Democrats have a 50 to 33 percent advantage in turnout over Republicans. The numbers, after Wednesday also show 90,000 Democrats have already voted, versus 60,000 Republicans. Is early voting a good predictor of the general election? We'll discuss what the early voting numbers may or may not say about which way the election in Nevada will swing.
 

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David Damore, political science professor, UNLV

Eric Herzik, political science professors, UNR

 

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