Published Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2008 | 9:58 a.m.
Updated Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008 | 10:15 a.m.
Happy Election Day, and welcome to another edition of Early Line, brought to you from Carson City.
Molly Ball has a story that says Nevada might set a new record for low turnout.
Here's a cringe-inducing quote from Clark County Registrar Larry Lomax: "We've had lots of voters come to vote, get in the booth and be surprised president isn't on there," Lomax said. "We hope they'll come back in November."
So who is on the ballot?
For your perusing pleasure, here's a rundown of election guides:
Why does it matter to be informed, even when there are no high-profile races for most voters?
Exhibit 1. State Board of Education Member Greg "Bite Me" Nance. Here's Emily Richmond's story in the Sun about him resigning. Here's Sunday's story from the R-J about Nance canoodling with his new wife at a board meeting.
-- Tim Pratt looks into how Dems are hoping to energize and connect with the Hispanic vote.
-- Scott Wyland looks at the race to succeed Woodbury, and how voting for the term-limited candidate is Republicans' best hope.
-- Here's more in the Democratic County Commissioners (or candidate) v. Culinary debate over taking Adelson money.
Check back for updates.