Supporters of recreational marijuana expected a massive and well-funded fight from those who want to keep the drug illegal in Nevada.
But with less than three months until Election Day, Nevadans have heard little from anti-pot groups.
As of Monday, no Las Vegas television advertising slots had been purchased or reserved by any anti-legalization group, according to the Federal Communications Commission website.
If a majority of voters support Question 2 on Nov. 8, adults 21 and older will be able to buy, possess and use marijuana legally without a prescription.
The pro-Question 2 political action committee, the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol, has hit the advertising trail hard in recent weeks. The group reserved more than $900,000 worth of ad space on Southern Nevada TV stations — a majority of that in Clark County — for the four weeks leading up to Election Day. In July, the group rolled out digital