24 million Early-Voting Ballots Already Counted, More than 2014 … As of Wednesday, 43% of early voters Republican and 41% Democrats
HUGE EARLY VOTING NUMBERS AND REPUBLICANS HAVE SLIGHT LEAD …
According to NBC News, As of Wednesday, 24,024,621 million early and absentee ballots have been counted nationwide in all states with early voting activity. This has far surpassed the early voting of the last midterm election in 2014. As per NBC News analysis, 43% of early voters are Republican and 41% are Democrats. At this point in 2016, 43 percent of early voters were Democrats and 40 percent were Republicans … and we all know how 2016 went, don’t we? Republicans tend to vote in larger numbers on election day than Democrats; however, it also appears that Republicans voters have also come out in larger numbers in early voting. It will all depend on which side turns out the vote on election day.
The NY Times also has an analysis of 18 states and their early voting.
Six days out from Election Day, over 24 million votes have been counted as early or absentee, a number that exceeds the total nationwide early vote from 2014.
As of Wednesday, 24,024,621 million early and absentee ballots have been counted nationwide in all states with early voting activity.
Six days out from Election Day during the last midterm in 2014, just under 13 million (12,938,596) early or absentee ballots had been counted — a difference of over 11 million — signifying that voters could be shifting more and more toward early voting.
Wednesday’s early vote total even surpasses the total nationwide early vote from 2014, which was over 21 million (21,218,015).
In all of the key states NBC News has been following, early vote counts for so far this year (Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Montana, Nevada, Tennessee and Texas), the six-day-out total is higher in than it was in 2014. The national trend toward early voting has been close between the two parties.
As of Wednesday, 43 percent of early voters are Republican and 41 percent are Democrats. At this point in 2016, 43 percent of early voters were Democrats and 40 percent were Republicans.
The question is, will the voters want to halt a booming economy and the amazing things that Trump and the GOP are doing in the United States after 10 years of a stagnant economy and the weakest return from a recession ever under Obama? Or will America hand power of to the likes of the liberal Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Pocahontas Elizabeth Warner, socialist Bernie Sanders, and insanoid Maxine Waters who wants to do nothing for the American people, but just impeach 45.
On Tuesday America, the choice is yours. After all these years America is finally moved forward, do we really want to go back to the Obama years?