Early voting begins in Nevada primary
Early voting in Nevada’s primary election got under way this weekend across the state.
Polls open at county registrar offices and other various locations beginning Saturday.
Voters can cast early ballots for two weeks, though locations and times vary. Residents are urged to check with their county registrar or the secretary of state’s website for detailed information.
Early voting ends June 4. The last day to cast ballots is June 8, primary election day.
Republican voters will pick a nominee from a field of 12 candidates to run against Democrat Harry Reid in the U.S. Senate race.
Voters also will decide if Republican Gov. Jim Gibbons will survive to face re-election in November.