After six days of early voting in Nevada (5 electoral votes), Democratic turnout exceeds Republican turnout 57 percent to 27 percent.
When the early walk-in vote is combined with mail-in absentee vote, the Democratic advantage is 54 percent to 30 percent.
The Democratic vote margin in early and absentee voting (after six days) is 39,000 votes. On Wednesday, the early vote breakdown was 12,475 Democratic ballots to 6,961 GOP ballots.
In the state’s most populous and Democratic county – Clark County – 20 percent of active (otherwise known as likely) voters and 16 percent of registered voters have cast ballots.