Early Voting: More than 90 million Americans went to the polls so far
Early Voting: More than 90 million Americans went to the polls so far

Early Voting: More than 90 million Americans went to the polls so far

These votes represent nearly 43% of registered voters nationwide, according to a poll of elected officials in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., by CNN, Edison Research, and Catalist.

Fourteen states have already seen more than half of the registrations registered before November 3.

Nationwide, more than 90 million ballots were cast, or about 66 percent – nearly two-thirds – of the more than 136.5 million ballots cast in the 2016 presidential election.

As pre-election voting spreads across the country amid an ongoing epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases, many states are seeing a history of advance voting and ballot voting compared to the last round.
As of Friday, the states of Texas and Hawaii had overtaken all voters in the 2016 general election.
Thirty-five states and the state of Washington, D.C., passed their halfway point for all 2016 votes, including 13 of CNN’s 16 most competitive constituencies – Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, Nevada, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, Wisconsin, Maine, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Nebraska.

About half of the turnout in this round comes from these 16 key states, which will play a key role in determining who will be president this year.

Some of the voter information comes from Catalist, a company that provides information, analysis and other services to Democrats, academics and non-profit advocates, and is educating those who will vote before November.

Early voting figures come amid a steady epidemic, allowing many states to extend early voting times or expand access to postal ballots. Voters in some states have long lines and patiently wait for hours to go to the polls.

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. As part of President Donald Trump’s campaign, most candidates have said they want to vote on election day.

Not all states have reported early-party voter turnout, but in several states – including Florida, North Carolina, Nevada and Iowa – Republicans are beginning to undermine their democratic pre-election interests.

The Trump and Biden action schedules at the end of this campaign reflect the attention of those competing states.

In the weekend leading up to election day, Trump is spending Saturday in Pennsylvania, while Biden is campaigning in Michigan with former President Barack Obama. Biden will then travel to Philadelphia on Sunday, as the president has five planned summits in five key states: Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

CNN’s Veronica Stracqualursi contributed to this report.