States setting early turnout records ahead of Election Day

Early voter turnout strong across state

Early voter turnout strong across state

Lewis County Clerk Glenda Himes said 15 voters came in her office by mid-afternoon on Friday to cast absentee ballots.

Polls will be open on Election Day, Nov. 6, from 7 a.m.to 7 p.m.

The bright spot for Kemp: More than half of early votes come from voters over 65 (though that total includes all races), and there is intense turnout in numerous state's most conservative areas beyond metro Atlanta.

Voters in the Tulsa area will choose a replacement for Jim Bridenstine, who resigned to take a job as the head of NASA.

Requests must be made by this deadline in order for the requested absentee ballot to be mailed by the appropriate county clerk in time for the voter to receive, complete and return it by Tuesday's deadline.

Mail ballot voters can swing by any one of 59 libraries across the county.

Registered Democrats accounted about 53 percent of early votes a week before Election Day.

Polls across the commonwealth open at 6 a.m. on Election Day and will remain open until 6 p.m.

Advance voting in person ends Monday at noon. "On Election Day you go to your home precinct to vote". Voters there showed their intensity past year in their governor's race, with record absentee ballot requests and returns and a solid turnout for both parties.

If you want to avoid the rush and cast your ballot before Election Day, you have plenty of options.

The major elephant in the room here is why Democrats aren't outpacing Republicans when most polls show they have an advantage in enthusiasm over the GOP?

Native American voters down 87.5%.

The number of people voting early has surpassed the 2014 total in IL and many other states, with days to go before Tuesday's election.

- Voters who recently moved to New Hampshire will have to submit additional documentation after the state Supreme Court overturned a lower court's ruling that had placed the requirement on hold. "We'll need more parking and more people working".

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