LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Early voting continues to be underway across Southern Nevada as election day draws near, and Nevadans are usually not holding again to cast their vote.
8 News Now caught up with Nevada democratic congresswoman Dina Titus as she cast her in-person poll on Friday.
“We have these great poll workers, many have been harassed around the country. They are very brave to be here on the front lines,” she stated.
Titus is up for re-election in opposition to Republican Army veteran and business proprietor Mark Robertson. She additionally spoke out concerning the in a single day assault on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband’s assault in San Francisco.
“It’s very scary, they have advised all of us to get added security around our homes. I don’t live in a gated community, I’m wide open. I haven’t felt threatened but it’s a wake-up call,” she added.
Nearly 20,000 voters cast their ballots in Clark County on the primary weekend of early voting within the 2022 normal election.
“Everyone has an opinion about whoever is running for whatever. To me, you can voice your opinion if you don’t vote,” Tara Long a voter advised 8 News Now.
“I don’t vote for the party but I vote for the person who fits my needs and is best for America and the state I’m living in,” Wendy Jones a voter advised 8 News Now.