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(4,845 posts)
Fri Nov 11, 2022, 07:04 PM Nov 2022

New ballots from Clark County in NV with about 27.3k ballots EDIT: Laxalt leading 798 votes

17.2k (63%) for CCM and 9k for Laxalt.

Laxalt in the lead with 798 votes

But there is still 24k from Clark and 20k from Washoe which both favors CCM by 2:1. She will move into the lead by tonight. There is about 10-12k ballots from deep red district that will favor Laxalt.

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(25,816 posts)
8. My bad, you are correct. Kornacki misspoke, can't be my fault.
Fri Nov 11, 2022, 07:14 PM
Nov 2022

She will probably take the lead after the next drop, fingers crossed.


(34,041 posts)
2. Kornacki: she's getting a higher % than she needs from Clark
Fri Nov 11, 2022, 07:09 PM
Nov 2022

New batch of drop off votes is more Dem than expected

Cortez Masto is about 800 votes behind statewide

Another 24000 Clark votes to come in


(32,038 posts)
7. With 90% of the vote counted in Nevada, Laxalt leads by less than 1,000
Fri Nov 11, 2022, 07:14 PM
Nov 2022

Laxalt is leading by less than 1,000 votes!

(link) https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2022-elections/nevada-senate-results?icid=election_usmap

MSNBC also gives the individual county results if you scroll down a little bit.

Very tight, but still a ways to go!


(22,606 posts)
14. Laxalt's campaign must have had advance warning then. The knives have come out
Fri Nov 11, 2022, 07:22 PM
Nov 2022

over at their campaign, according to the Daily Mail UK


I'm getting soooooo excited!!! The Nevada Culinary Union came through big time!

Staying cautiously optimistic.

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