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More than one million votes have already been cast in the November 2020 election, according to data from the United States Election Project, marking a noticeable increase over voting trends in 2016 even before the first presidential debate.


A recent Washington Post/University of Maryland poll found that 61% of registered voters prefer to vote early in this election, as compared with only 41% who said they voted early in 2016; not all states will actually start counting those votes prior to polls closing on election day, however.

“We’ve never seen so many people vote this far in advance of a presidential election before,” McDonald told the Independent Monday. “We are in uncharted territory.”