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How the U.S. early vote surge is shaping Trump, Biden endgames
Across the 20 states that publish the party registration of ["]early["] voters, more than 17.4 million registered Democrats had voted by Wednesday compared with 10.8 million registered Republicans, according to figures compiled by the U.S. Elections Project at the University of Florida.
electproject prints 27,349,231 "in-person" ballots (NAME visible, gov ID), 51,246,523 "mail ballots" (NAME visible, envelope window) returned a/o 29 Oct. NAME is the only way to associate voter with PARTY registration in state database records...and arrest duplicate new and old  entries.
About 47 million Americans who have voted so far either are not affiliated with a party or live in a state that does not publicly report a voter's party affiliation.
What message is this publisher attempting to communicate with a string of non sequiturs?
More than 75 million Americans had already cast ballots as of Wednesday. That's by far the most-ever in early voting, and it's more than half the final turnout of 138 million votes recorded in the 2016 election. The STAGGERING figures have prompted some analysts to predict the highest turnout rate in a century.
61.65% registered voters, 2008. 228M eligible (VAP), 153M registered, or 66.9%2018
The actual votes for each candidate won't be known until polls close, perhaps with a lag of days or more.
by Cat on Thu Oct 29th, 2020 at 04:05:19 PM EST
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