It may be worth noting again that Democrats seem to be sending in their mail ballots considerably sooner than Republicans. Democrats are +27.5% on returned ballots so far, but a narrower +12.7% on ballots requested but not yet returned.
Some amazing numbers via : the US reached 20% of total 2016 turnout and many states broke 30%: Minnesota (30%) Montana (30%) North Carolina (30%) New Jersey (33%) South Dakota (33%) Georgia (34%) Virginia (34%) Vermont (43%) Texas (43%) !!!
#earlyvote morning update 10/23 At least 50 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
Nationally, we are at >40% of the 2016 total turnout TX is >75% of its total 2016 turnout. Wow. 👀
So far, returned mail ballots are D +31 (not a surprise given what polls show) whereas the set of mail ballots that have been requested but not yet returned are "only" D +17. Why does this matter?
#earlyvote update midday 9/28 More than 1 million people have voted in the 2020 general election! 🥳
#earlyvote cast as a percentage of *total* 2016 vote is truly amazing SD: 22.8% VA 20.7% WI: 20.6% WY: 14.9% VT: 14% (report from yesterday) MI: 13.1% (report from yesterday) ND: 12.1% NJ: 12.3% FL: 12.3% MN: 11.3% (report from last Fri.)
#earlyvote morning update 10/16 At least 21.2 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
States where turnout is already higher than 50% of 2016: Texas: 71% Montana: 62% North Carolina: 57% Vermont: 56% Georgia: 56% Tennessee: 55% New Mexico: 55% New Jersey: 54% Likely to crack 50% next: All-mail WA and CO.
#earlyvote morning update 10/18 At least 27.5 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
BIG. Let’s keep working. ⁦⁩ 2020 General Election Early Vote Statistics
#earlyvote update mid-morning 10/23 At least 51 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote morning update 10/6 At least 4,094,919 people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote morning update 10/19 At least 28.4 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
New Jersey and Vermont have joined Texas in an elite club: States where turnout is already more than 50% of the total vote four years ago.
NC and MT have joined VT, TX, and NJ in the group of states where turnout is already above 50% of total 2016 turnout. On deck: New Mexico (48%) and Georgia (46%).
#earlyvote morning update 10/28 At least 73 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
Stop saying GOP trying to confirm Barrett 38 days before election. Election happening RIGHT NOW 866,734 people have already voted - 261,000 in VA, 240,000 in NC, 170,000 in WI, 75,000 in MN, 36,000 in GA via
#earlyvote morning update 10/17 At least 25 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
AK, MA, NH, and WV #earlyvote updates posted. Nationally, at least 69.4 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
Just some jaw-dropping state #earlyvote turnout as a percent of their 2016 total turnout SD: 22.8% WI: 16.4% VA: 16.2% MN: 11.3%
Election Day is 3 weeks from Tuesday. The turnout so far - as compared to turnout in 2016 - is quite high in some states already. All stats/graphics from
I don't think Democrats' lead in the mail vote tells us anything that the polls don't, since the polls project a major D edge in the early and mail vote that will then be partly counteracted by big GOP turnout on Election Day. 1/2
TN #earlyvote update posted. Nationally, at least 56.5 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
MN, WI, and VA already past 20% of the 2016's total votes cast. FL (14%) and MI (17%) close to that marker. Data from 's fabulous tracker
KS, SC, and TN #earlyvote updates posted. Nationally, at least 46.5 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote update 9/17 81,012 voters have cast ballots in the 2020 general election
With IL and SC #earlyvote updates posted, at least 5.6 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
Texas now leads the country in the raw number of people who have voted early (nearly 3.9 million) and as a percentage of their 2016 vote (43.2%)
#earlyvote morning update 10/15 At least 17.1 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
This AM, these states have already surpassed 20% of 2016 turnout 🥳, per ( Florida (20%) Minnesota (21%) Wyoming (21%) North Dakota (21%) Michigan (22%) Wisconsin (24%) New Jersey (24%) South Dakota (25%) Virginia (27%) Vermont (30%)
#earlyvote day-end update 10/20 At least 37.9 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
More than 4 million people have already voted in 2020 election VA - 714k FL - 700k WI - 487k NC - 386k MN - 336k MI - 318k GA - 262k Dems have returned nearly 2.5x more ballots than GOP so far in FL, IA, MD, NC, NJ, PA, SD via
#earlyvote morning update 10/24 At least 56 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
JUST IN: At least 2 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#early vote early afternoon update 10/20 At least 35 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote morning update 10/25 At least 58 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote evening update 10/15 At least 19.8 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote morning update 10/20 At least 33.3 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote day-end update 10/27 At least 71 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote midday update 10/28 At least 74 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote update evening 10/26 At least 63 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote day-end update 10/26 At least 64.7 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote evening update 10/19 At least 30 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote morning update 10/7 At least 5.1 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote afternoon update 10/25 At least 59 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote mid-morning update 10/21 At least 40 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote morning update 10/22 At least 45 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote day-end update 10/21 At least 44 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote evening update 10/12 At least 10 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote morning update 10/11 At least 9.3 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote update 9/29 At least 1,125,318 people have voted in the 2020 general election
#early vote evening update 10/21 At least 43 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote morning update 10/4 At least 3,298,165 people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote update midday 10/20 At least 34 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
Texas #earlyvote is now >70% of its 2016 total turnout
Second TX #earlyvote update of the day lifts the state above 80% of its 2016 total turnout. Folks, Texas still has in-person early voting until Friday, plus Election Day. No doubt Texas turnout will be above 2016. Question is, how much?
#earlyvote noon update 10/23 At least 52 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
#earlyvote afternoon update 10/27 At least 68 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
Michigan and Wisconsin now at 25% of total 2016 turnout, with 20 days left to go.
Just another indicator of the unprecedented levels of early voting...Wisconsin's now has over 10% of their 2016 total turnout in the 308,555 voters who have cast a 2020 early vote
Exciting news: Over 21 million people have already voted in the 2020 election, per , and 11 states have met or surpassed 25% of 2016 turnout! IA (25%) NE (25%) ND (25%) SD (25%) WI 26%) MI (27%) GA (27%) TX (27%) NJ (29%) VA (30%) VT (39%)
53 million have voted so far. Texas at 71% of 2016 turnout, Montana at 63%, Georgia and North Carolina at 56%. #Election2020
Nationally, the 2020 #earlyvote is >50% of the total 2016 vote. Wow.
May I suggest 's tracker of votes that have already been cast for slightly healthier obsessive refreshing instead?
Just pushed out a slew of state #earlyvote updates. At least 1,295,661 people have voted
By popular demand, total early votes cast as a percentage of the 2016 total turnout
In 2016 there were around 130 million voters total. In 2020 at least 37 million people have already voted, with 5 million counted just today. And there's two weeks to go. That's insane. This is going to be a very high turnout election.
#earlyvote evening update 10/16 At least 23 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
We have surpassed 5.5 million Americans casting ballots so far, per
#earlyvote afternoon update 10/26 At least 62 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
GA #earlyvote update posted. Nationally at least 56.4 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote morning update 10/14 At least 13.1 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
10.7 million Americans have already voted. That's 8 percent of total 2016 turnout.
The national #earlyvote is now at least 30% of the total 2016 turnout
#earlyvote midday update 10/9 At least 8 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
CO and MS #earlyvote updates posted, and I added MD's in-person statistics. Nationally, at least 70.4 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote morning update 10/13 At least 10.6 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
OH #earlyvote update posted. Nationally, at least 37.2 million have voted in the 2020 general election
With that said, the fact that the early voting numbers *do* match the polls is a small sign that the polls are right, if you're trying to think about the possibility of a major systematic polling error. 2/2
Colorado and Ohio #earlyvote updates posted. Nationally, at least 31.1 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
#earlyvote midday update 10/26 At least 61 million people have voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
Very exciting: the US just hit 40 million votes in the 2020 election, per ! that brings us to 29% of total 2016 turnout with 13 days of voting to go
CO and VA #earlyvote updates posted. Nationally, now at least 26.3 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
Louisiana and a (small) Wisconsin #earlyvote update posted. Nationally, at least 27.7 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
More than 1,012,211 ballots have already been cast in the November election in states that are reporting early voting data. You can follow along with the United States Election Project and at their website here:
9.4 million Americans have already voted, reports ⁦⁩.
Texas now at 90.8% of 2016 turnout, with two more days of early voting to go:
Texas remains at the top in early voting - already nearly 82 percent of its *total* turnout from 2016. Courtesy: Data at
19.9 million Americans have already voted, reports ⁦
Texas and Georgia will surpass 30% of their 2016 turnout today. New York still at zero:
Bad news: I used data from a single Louisiana parish. Fixed now Good news: Louisiana lifts us to at least 26 million voted in the 2020 general election 🥳
Finally getting some of the larger Georgia counties reporting tonight, lifting their total ballots returned and accepted to over 100K. Nationally, at least 1,358,128 people have voted in the 2020 general election
KS, MI, SC, and TN #earlyvote updates posted. Nationally, at least 52.4 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
Added Iowa to the national tote board (only 78 returned ballots, but 500K requested ballots). The national total with updates from FL and MI is now 266,924 votes cast
#earlyvote update 9/21 162,927 people have voted in the 2020 general election
MA #earlyvote update posted. Nationally, at least 47.6 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
Trump's war on voting appears to be backfiring. Nearly 28 million people have early voted already, making it that much harder for him to get their votes thrown out. Do your part!
#earlyvote updates in from AL, PA, and WI posted. Now at least 4.25 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
MI, NJ, and WI #earlyvote updates posted. Now at least 14.1 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
Hello Oklahoma! Adding Oklahoma lift the national #earlyvote to at least 5.2 million
nationally, voters have cast ballots equal to 2.6 percent of the 2016 total. in virginia, it’s 16 percent!!!
MD and PA #earlyvote daily reports posted. Now at least 2.1 million voted in the 2020 general election
Well we exceeded 61 million early votes cast as of a little while ago. 61.5 million early votes is almost half the number of votes cast in the entire 2016 election and we're still more than a week away from election day
Democrats are beating Republicans more than 2-to-1 on MAIL-IN early ballots (53.7% vs 24.0%), but significantly, they are ALSO edging out Republicans on IN-PERSON early ballots (40.7% vs. 37.7%):
CO and WA #earlyvote updates posted. Nationally, at least 57.2 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
AR, IN, MI, NE, PA, and WI #earlyvote updates posted. Now at least 45.7 million people have voted in the 2020 general election
Coming up on 47M votes case in the US, equivalent already to 33% of 2016 turnout. Turnout as % of 2016 vote in key swing states: Above 60%: TX (66%!!) Above 50%: NC Above 40%: FL, GA, AZ, IA Above 30%: WI, MI, MN, ME Above 20%: NV, PA, OH
Drygt 8 miljoner amerikaner har redan brevröstat (i de delstater som erbjuder sådan statistik). Följ inströmningen av förtida röster nationellt och i utvalda delstater här:
MD #earlyvote update posted. Nationally, at least 39.9 million have voted in the 2020 general election
2 million votes have *already* been cast. It's completely insane that we're trying to replace a Supreme Court justice *during* an election.
26.9 million Americans have already voted. If you haven't voted yet, what are you waiting for? #EarlyVoting #VoteEarly #Vote
We've crossed 29 million early votes.
Highest turnout so far, as a proportion of how many votes were cast in those states four years ago: Vermont (43%) Texas (38%) South Dakota (33%) New Jersey (33%) Georgia (32%)
By the end of the day, we might be at 10 million votes already cast in the 2020 election.
10.6 million Americans have already voted, reports ⁦⁩.
9.2 million Americans have already voted, reports ⁦
16.1 million Americans have voted already, reports ⁦⁩.
8.8 million Americans have already voted, reports .
13 million Americans have already voted, reports ⁦⁩.
More than 50% of the TOTAL 2016 vote is now in via early voting, in some cases much more (e.g. Texas is now at 87% of the 2016 total) But this is no time to be complacent. Turn out & vote. Bring others w/ you! #VoteBlueToSaveAmerica #VoteBlueDownBallot
Nationally, voters have now cast 50.2% of the total votes counted in the 2016 general election.
Over 20% of expected voters have already voted! Keep it up, people. Remember: The earlier your vote is banked, the harder it is will be for Trump to destroy your ballot.
6.8 million Americans have already voted, reports .
43M early votes as of this evening. That's 31% of the TOTAL vote (138M) in 2016:
Breaking from #IDWeek2020 and #COVID19 to update on #Election2020 So far there are have been 42,143,836 #votes cast • Mail Ballots: 30,243,682 • In-Person Votes: 11,900,154 If you want to keep up with what is going on check out
So looking at 's numbers, 27.9 million had voted as of Sunday. Two days later the number is 34.7 million ... and the day is not over yet.
46 million votes cast already. We're now over 30% of the expected vote total. Let's go, people, we can do this. Vote early — that makes it harder for Trump to steal your vote.
By the time the Senate votes on the Supreme Court nomination tomorrow, 60 million Americans will have already voted in the 2020 election. Given this, and moves by the GOP at the state level, the Democrats will be fully justified packing the Supreme Court.
Sixty-six million early votes! Actually 66,666,268, cut & pasted--and that doesn't include any New York votes yet. Source as usual
more than 29M votes cast already
26 million early votes already cast in the US — 18.6% of all the votes cast in 2016. Early voting tracked in detail here
Thirty million. 30,000,000+. Two weeks (and a day) to go.
Number of early votes cast so far > population of California
We're now up to FORTY MILLION ballots already cast in this year's election. Forty million.
73 million ballots; 53% of all 2016 voting; Texas now over 90% of all 2016 voting.
Eighteen million votes have *already* been cast in this Presidential election.
12.5% of the 2016 US electorate has already voted in 2020...
Number of early votes cast in 2020 vs 2016, as of the end of Wednesday 21st October:
over 50M votes so far
51 million Americans have already voted, 37% of the 2016 turnout
Fifty-one million and counting
2020 General Election Early Vote Statistics
Lot of votes getting locked in before any late October surprise
American voters have now cast 5.5 million votes. We are quite clearly in the middle of an election that matters. Amy Coney Barrett will be confirmed by the GOP-controlled Senate two weeks from now - after many more millions of votes have been cast.
59.3 million votes have been cast, 9 days ahead of the election. We are now at 43% of the 136.7 million total votes cast in 2016.
60.5 million and more than 4o% of all 2o16 votes: early voting so far.
Ds and Rs even on EV in person. Dems crushing it on returning mail in votes, not only in absolute #s but also as a proportion of ballots requested.
Amazing. Almost as many people have already voted in Texas (7.3mil) as the total for Clinton and Trump in 2016.
2 million people have already voted. This is Election Season.
Awesome resource on early voting data. Thanks
82.2% as many Texans have already voted as voted in total in 2016. Wild numbers.
2020 General Election Early Vote Statistics
Psst: 70 and 50. That is, more than 70 million votes cast/received--and that's more than 50% of all 2016 votes. It's a start!
Nearly 72M people have already voted---48M people by mail, and over 23M who waited in line. That's roughly half of all who voted in 2016
The numbers in real-time: As of today, more than 73 million people have already voted -- over 48 million people by mail, & another 25 million who waited in line. So we've already surpassed the halfway mark from 2016 voting