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Amodei: Polarization and voter turnout took its toll on the state's GOP candidates

One example of what Amodei was talking about is the politically powerful Culinary Union, which represents 57,000 guest-room attendants, servers, bellmen and others at resorts in Las Vegas and in Reno. As usual, it played a key role in the Democratic turnout operation this year, with 350 workers taking a leave of absence to urge voters to turn out to the polls. In total, the union knocked on 370,000 doors, had 80,000 one-on-one conversations with voters, made 45,000 personal calls, sent 1.8 million pieces of mail, sent regular emails and texts to members and ran video ads with 3.5 million views.

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