@JohnRSamuelsen @sorceror43 Different numbers, so I don't think so.
But technology is tricky.
6 hours 13 min ago.
@sorceror43 D -- 9,323
R -- 12,899
O -- 6,338
6 hours 20 min ago.
@sorceror43 I agree.
But the file is up.
6 hours 20 min ago.
Looks like the Rs won Clark by about 3,500 in in-person voting in Clark today.
I'll do a post later.
6 hours 34 min ago.
@akbearnut1985 @TheNVIndy There was plenty of info on the site before you voted. You should have looked.
6 hours 45 min ago.
@k8xc You are.
8 hours 49 min ago.
@CJBear71 Too funny.
10 hours 14 min ago.
Trump campaign/NV GOP to secretary of state: Clark County is counting too many mail ballots, and we may have to sue… t.co/As9KDUjndr
10 hours 30 min ago.
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11 hours 19 min ago.
@JohnRSamuelsen Hard to believe that pace will keep up, but if it does....
11 hours 27 min ago.
@weirddrew55 No. Clark, 70; statewide 45.
11 hours 39 min ago.
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