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Voters line up to cast their ballots at a voting station in the Boulevard Mall parking lot on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. (Jeff Scheid/The Nevada Independent)

Even in a pandemic and despite all registered voters automatically mailed a ballot, tens of thousands of Nevadans still headed to the polls on Saturday to cast their ballots in-person.

In Clark County, voters interviewed by The Nevada Independent said the process ran smoothly, without too long of wait times or other obstacles to the normal process for in-person voting. 

The state’s two-week early voting period began Saturday and will run until Oct. 30. For a full list of early vote locations and ballot drop-off sites, click here.

Here’s what some voters in Las Vegas had to say about the process:

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