Published Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 | 9:40 a.m.
Updated Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 | 9:50 a.m.
In Clark County, 8.5 percent of Democrats have turned out while 9.7 percent of Republicans – so that 1.2 percent lead is a slight uptick from the .9 percent lead the GOP had after Monday. No sign of a surge there.
If you add the mail ballot totals, where Democrats lead in Clark by about 1,300, the totals are:
Dems: 10.6 percent
Rs: 12.0 percent
The lead after Monday was 1.2 percent turnout advantage. No huge change.
Add in Washoe early votes to total Clark numbers (no absentee count for Washoe) and totals are:
Dems: 10.0 percent
Rs: 11.1 percent
Still looks like normal midterm differential, with just under a third of the days completed.
First glance at CD3 – combined early/mail:
Ds: 11.0 percent
Rs: 12.3 percent
For numbers geeks:
Raw numbers in Clark:
Tuesday: Dems, 6,994; Rs, 5,543, rest, 2,456
Early: Dems, 28,672; Rs, 23, 580; rest, 7,084
Mail: Dems, 7,027; Rs, 5,770; rest, 1,898
Combined: Dems, 35,699, Rs, 29, 350; rest, 9,540
Raw numbers for Washoe:
Ds: 6,392 (7.4 percent)
Rs: 7,672 (8.8 percent)