Forty percent of Nevada's active voters already have cast their ballots ahead of Tuesday's general election.

The Secretary of State's Office released the final tally for two weeks of early voting on Saturday.

Democrats lead the early voting with 41 percent of the total turnout statewide to 38 percent for Republicans. Independents, non-partisan and other parties made up 21 percent.

The secretary of state says 88 percent of the early ballots were cast in person at early voting polls. About 11.6 percent were through absentee ballots and 0.4 percent mailed in.

In Clark County and Las Vegas, Democrats had 45 percent of the turnout to Republicans 34 percent.

In Washoe County and Reno-Sparks, Democrats had 40.5 percent and the GOP 39 percent.

Republicans outpaced Democrats in all other counties.

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