More than 100 million Americans have voted nationwide before the polls opened on Election Day, according to a survey of election officials by CNN, Edison Research and Catalist.
These votes represent more than 47% of registered voters nationwide. Twenty-one states and Washington, DC, have seen more than half of their registered voters cast ballots already.
Pre-Election Day voting skyrocketed nationwide amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. At least six states – Texas, Hawaii, Nevada, Washington, Arizona, and Montana – have surpassed their total turnout from the 2016 general election in recent days.