RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- The start of this year's primary election is now less than 24 hours away; and the Nevada Secretary of State's Office reports a light turnout during the two-week early voting period.
A mere 10.5% of registered voters turned out in Washoe County, with more republicans than democrats in attendance.
Reports also indicate turnout was higher outside Nevada's two major urban areas; Pershing County led the state with 31% of voters turning out, followed by Carson City at 20%, and Douglas County at 16.2%.
The Secretary of State's Office says statewide results will be released later Monday once data from all Nevada's 17 counties is compiled.
For more information on candidates in local races such as Reno mayor and Washoe County Sheriff, visit our related links. Polls will be open for Tuesday's Primary Election at 7 a.m.