With the close of early voting Friday evening, Carson Clerk-Recorder Alan Glover says he expects a total turnout of about 35 percent for next week's Nevada primary.
A total of 4,135 people cast ballots during early voting, which began May 26. Glover said early voting for the past few cycles has averaged just over 50 percent of total turnout, so he expects about 8,000 of the 22,419 registered to vote in this primary - 35.6 percent.
That is in line with recent election cycles when, in presidential primary years, 35 to 37 percent turned out in the capital.
Turnout was …