Analysis: Over 14M Votes Cast in Presidential Election

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To date, about 14 million people have voted in the presidential election, according to the United States Election Project.

This amount included early in-person and absentee voting and is equivalent to 10% of the 2016 voter turnout.

States including South Dakota, Virginia and Wisconsin have reached 25% of the turnout from last election. And in Vermont, the turnout has hit close to 30%.

University of Florida Professor Michael McDonald, who runs the Election Project, said turnout for non-Election Day voting was probably boosted due to states offering more options because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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