Voters flocked to the polls Friday for the final day of in-person early voting of Nevada’s general election.
As of Saturday, more than a million Nevadans had cast a ballot so far, or about 58 percent of the 1.8 million active registered voters in the state. Friday was the busiest day of early voting in Clark County, with more than 36,000 people casting a ballot in-person.
Voters can still drop their ballots in the mail or vote in-person on Election Day, which is Tuesday.
Videographer Jana Sayson spoke with voters about why they voted early and what’s motivating them to participate this year.