Nevadans don't have to wait until Nov. 8 to cast their ballot because two weeks of early voting begins Saturday.
Construction union members are going door-to-door in Henderson on Saturday to drive turnout, while the Culinary Union is directing hotel workers to a polling place on the Las Vegas Strip.
Famous faces helping out include singer Katy Perry, who will visit UNLV and take a first-time voter to the polls, and Sen. Ted Cruz, who's rallying northern Nevada voters with Senate candidate Rep. Joe Heck.
President Barack Obama holds a pro-early voting rally Sunday.
Sixty-one percent of Nevada ballots cast in the 2012 general election came from in-person early voting, which lets voters choose from numerous polling places rather than just one site in their neighborhood.
For more on locations around Clark County where you can go to vote early, go here.
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