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At the risk of running many of you off in the first two seconds, I’m going to tell you a hard truth: making truly excellent sourdough bread at home is not for the faint of heart. There’s information out there that is just bad, or poorly written.There are much, much easier ways to make great artisan bread at home. I wish there were more and better books and blog posts on it.But as evening approached, hundreds of voters (who happened to be overwhelmingly Latino) were standing in a line that had snaked through the supermarket and outside to the sidewalk. “We will not turn people away,” a spokesperson said. The Trump campaign is alleging that Clark County illegally extended voting hours instead of closing the polls at 8pm as they were supposed to do.Some tweets from journalists and Democratic staffers from Friday night refer to polling hours being “extended.” But Clark County denies it officially extended voting hours at all.The plan was to build as “green” as possible, preserving the remaining trees, with the intention of causing as little disturbance as possible to the natural ecosystem.This included removing logs, rocks and native plants and recording their location, returning them to their original spots when construction was complete.

The delicate structure of a skeleton leaf or the nuances of colour in a faded petal are as challenging and exciting to paint on a grey winter’s day as the vivid blooms of a conventional summer garden.

Trump’s campaign sued the Clark County, Nevada registrar on Tuesday for allowing the polls to stay open on the last day of early voting (November 4) so that everyone in line could vote.

The suit comes after Trump and the Nevada GOP chair both pointed to reports of a Mexican supermarket, where polls stayed open until 10 to accommodate 2-hour-long lines, as evidence that Democrats were deliberately keeping polls open to accommodate “a certain group.” The lawsuit got rejected in a quick and intense hearing.

People wait in line to vote early at Downtown Summerlin on October 26, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Voters in Clark County are voting early at a record pace this year ahead of the November 8 general election.

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