LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Today, Clark County began scanning mail in ballots.
According to the Secretary of State Office, as of this morning more than 175,000 mail in ballots have been returned statewide.
In Clark County, nearly 88,000 mail-in ballots have come in.
#ELECTION2020: LET THE COUNT BEGIN!— @SeanKTNV (@seanktnv) October 20, 2020
Workers will be scanning ballots that have been turned in starting today at the election department.
The ballots here today have already gone through the vetting process to match them with the registered voter who cast them.@KTNV pic.twitter.com/3qjSyrCWSa
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If you want to check if your mail in ballot has been received, you can track it through the BallotTrax website.