I love you all, even my one-election stand followers who will unfollow after Nov. 6, but: While it may seem I have… t.co/9weUf0MXxk
15 min 13 sec ago.
How is early voting going in Nevada? If you are hungry for data, I'm here for you. I've updated my blog with number… t.co/HZ76xfnYIA
23 min 46 sec ago.
@joshuarhicks yes, some move.
24 min 51 sec ago.
The rural surge today all but negated the gains the Dems made in the two urban counties. It's close to a draw for t… t.co/0tQbsO4lt9
9 hours 1 min ago.
Repubs in Clark continue to outperform registration (by 8 points today) better than Dems (up 2 points today), but t… t.co/CHlf0mVopT
9 hours 22 min ago.
Another big day in Clark -- 28, 190 voted. Democrats pushed their ballot lead to 8,000 -- 7,500 with mail counted.… t.co/XJagLsCXWL
9 hours 33 min ago.
@spookybookyozzy How can you make ignorant comments and insist on being muted?
9 hours 57 min ago.
@spookybookyozzy I had no idea.
9 hours 59 min ago.
Statewide Democratic candidates in competitive races generally need to win Clark by at least 10 points and hope to… t.co/J6bTJIXLRT
10 hours 4 min ago.
In case you were wondering, Trump won the 15 rural NV counties by nearly 40 points over Hillary. Laxalt and Heller… t.co/xdjQN65kHq
10 hours 21 min ago.
Rural numbers after two days in major counties:
Douglas 2014: 1,500
Douglas 2018: 2,100
Lyon 2014: 900
Lyon 2018:… t.co/XqeAhPuypg
10 hours 45 min ago.
Some big bumps in rural turnout on Monday. Republicans winning by 2-to-1 in the larger counties, significant margin… t.co/1lAKC3LqDc
10 hours 51 min ago.