First weekend of early voting draws record turnout
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- After two days of early voting, experts are saying it is a record turnout in Nevada.
Nearly 60,000 Clark County residents cast early voting ballots this weekend -- the most amount of early voters ever according to Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax.
The Galleria mall in Henderson was by far the most popular place to cast an early ballot this weekend. It was followed by Meadows Mall in a distant second.
Even so, there are still plenty of voters who have not cast their votes yet and that is why two presidential candidates are planning return trips to the Silver State this week.
On Tuesday, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will make a joint appearance at a rally in the Henderson Pavilion.
On Wednesday, President Obama will be in Las Vegas for an evening rally at Doolittle Park.
And finally, the First Lady will be in Las Vegas on Friday.