More than 10,000 people participated in the Nevada caucus early voting process Monday, bringing the total for three days of early voting to more than 36,000, the Nevada Democrats announced Tuesday.
On Saturday, the first day of early voting, more than 18,500 people cast their presidential preferences. Another 7,500 early voted Sunday.
Tuesday is the last chance to early vote.
The more traditional caucuses, when voters who haven’t voted early will gather at more than 2,000 locations around the state, is Saturday.
The last time Nevada Democrats had a presidential caucus, in 2016, there was no early voting, just the one Saturday caucus day, and 84,000 people showed. The only other contested Nevada caucus, in 2008 when Nevada was an early state for the first time, was also a one-day affair, and attracted 118,000 participants.
For a breakdown on the caucus, read: So you want to caucus? Here’s what you need to know.