Late last night, Jon Ralston leaked the Clark County and Washoe County early vote numbers.
Democrats also decisively defeated Republicans in first round of absentee ballots, usually a GOP strength, posted in Clark County: 8,976-7,448, or 46-38. So raw number in Clark so far: Dems, 27,364-17,036. That's 52-32, or 5 points above the registration edge.
So: After one day -- remember it's only oen day! -- using absentees and early votes in Clark and early votes in Washoe (don't have absentees yet), the Democrats have an 11,000-vote lead statewide. Let's see where we go from here. [...]
The Washoe numbers: 48-38, or 4,604-3,619 (Actual registration: 38-38)
Yes, it's only one day. But if it continues like this, Nov. 6 is going to be a very bleak day for Republicans in this state.
Yes, I know. These numbers seem so wildly unbelievable. But really, it happened!
Let me explain to you how it happened. Let's start with this scene at the Galleria Mall in Henderson.
Yes, all these people were actually waiting to vote. Oh, and I was one of them!
And that wasn't all. Throughout the day, Nevada Democrats were making calls and knocking on tons of doors to turn out voters for President Obama, Shelley Berkley, and all other Democrats down the ballot. And most of the voters in this middle class neighborhood just up the freeway from the Las Vegas Strip were happy to see the volunteers at their doors... And they made their plans to vote early.
Funny enough, yesterday evening I saw a group of Republicans canvass this very neighborhood as well. They were dropping Mitt Romney and Dean Heller literature... At DEMOCRATIC doors! And the Democrats in that neighborhood were none too pleased.
And when the "Team Nevada" Republican canvassers were finished, they were picked up by a big white "paddy wagon". No really, I kid you not!
Meanwhile, another set of Democratic canvassers were coming in for the final round of "EGOTV" (early get out the vote) for the day. After all, today is another day of early voting. And there are still many more Democratic voters to turn out.
Believe it or not, this is how elections are won.