Voters in the 45 states and the District of Columbia that make data available before election day are already setting records. The ballots cast so far represent nearly 20% of the more than 136 million total ballots cast in the 2016 presidential election.
Some of the voter information comes from Catalist, a company that provides data, analytics and other services to Democrats, academics and nonprofits, and provides new insights into who is voting by November.
Early personal voters in Georgia have already cast more than 1,450,000 votes as of Sunday afternoon. This is an increase of 152% from 2016, when 578,147 votes were cast in the same period.
As of Friday, ballot papers are available in all 50 states and DC. Personal voting starts in a series of critical swing modes in the coming days.
Nevada opened early personal voting Saturday with more than 1
A North Las Vegas polling station opened two hours late due to a “hardware problem,” Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin told CNN. The topic created long lines circulating on social media, but was the only issue reported by the county when 48 personal polling stations opened for the first day.
In Wisconsin, early voting begins Tuesday. The state played a central role in Trump’s victory in 2016, in which rural voters and working classes led to the rejection of Democrats throughout the Upper Midwest. Four years later, however, the state is still an important battleground, but one where Trump is lagging behind in recent polls.
Here is the full overview of where voting will be expanded across the country in the coming days plus some deadlines:
Early voting begins in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho and North Dakota.
Check boxes open to accept postal ballots for general election, and voter services and polling stations open in Colorado.
Early voting begins in some Florida counties, including Broward, Miami-Dade, Duval and Palm Beach.
Deadline for applying for postal / absence ballots in Maryland, Nevada and New Mexico.
Early voting begins in Hawaii, Louisiana, Utah and Wisconsin.
Deadline to Apply for Missouri Post / Absence Voting (Request by Post).
Early voting begins in West Virginia.
Deadline to apply for postal / absence ballot in Indiana.
Deadline to apply for postal / absence ballots in Arizona, Idaho, Nebraska (postal ballots), New Jersey, Virginia (postal ballots), Texas and Utah.
CNN’s Adam Levy, Ethan Cohen and Liz Stark contributed to this report.