Daily Update- November 2, 2020 100,000 COVID-19 Cases, Early Voting

Over the weekend, Governor Sisolak issued the following statement after the State surpassed 100,000 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began: 

“Almost eight months into this public health crisis, Nevada has surpassed 100,000 COVID-19 cases in our State and we have lost almost 1,800 fellow Nevadans to this virus. We are not rounding the corner in this pandemic.Now is not the time to get complacent or to give into COVID fatigue. Especially on Nevada Day, I implore all residents to tap into their Battle Born spirit and work together to follow the public health measures, including wearing a face covering, practicing social distancing, avoiding large crowds and washing our hands frequently.” 

The full statement can be read HERE.

Early Voting Numbers

Election News

Judge grants some of Trump campaign, state GOP records request for Clark County ballot processing system, but not until after election (NV Indy)

Judge rejects Trump campaign effort to slow down, amend Clark County mail ballot counting and processing system (NV Indy)

Black voters weigh in on candidates’ outreach, Black Lives Matter movement on eve of election (NV Indy)

From East Las Vegas to Summerlin, a divided Nevada shows its stripes before Election Day (NV Indy)

VIDEO: Heavy turnout on final day of in-person early voting in Nevada (NV Indy)

Las Vegas police boosting safety measures for Election Day (LVRJ)

Nevada’s 2020 early and mail voting surpasses 2016 vote totals (LVRJ)

Bettor places $1.29M wager on Joe Biden to defeat Donald Trump (LVRJ)

Agency and Local Government Updates

Southern Nevada Health District COVID-19 Update

Attorney General Ford Applauds Ruling Protecting Mail Vote Counting in Clark County

Secretary Cegavske Announces Significant Increase in Active Registered Voters in October

Wild Horse Adoption to be hosted online

Governor Sisolak announces the resignation of Chairwoman and Executive Director of the Nevada Gaming Control Board Sandra Douglass Morgan



LVMPD Preparations for Election Day

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