(CNN) - The Nevada Secretary of State tells CNN turnout so far is very light, less than projected.
"It remains to be seen if people are waiting until the end of the day to cast their ballots," Ross Miller, the Nevada Secretary of State tells us. "I thought we'd see 30 percent of people cast ballots on Election Day, but it looks like it will be short of that."
More than 400,000 Nevadans cast their ballots before Election Day, either through early or absentee voting. Democrats led in early voting, by about 9,000 votes.
Voting in Nevada remains open until 7 p.m. local time. Under state law counties cannot begin to tabulate vote totals until every polling place in the county is closed, and polling places must remain open to accommodate anyone who is in line to vote by 7 p.m PT.