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28 states + DC surpassed their 2014 total : AZ, DC, DE, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NJ, NM, OK, SC, TN, VA, WI, and WV 2 states surpassed their 2014 total vote (early + Election Day): NV and TX
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Michael McDonald Nov 3
Replying to @ElectProject
With today's update from TX, the 30 largest counties alone exceeded the entire 2014 vote (early and Election Day). There is no more in-person early voting in Texas, although there are more absentee ballots that will be counted. Unfortunately, the state does not continue reporting
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Michael McDonald Nov 3
Replying to @ElectProject
I expect to add AZ to the list of states that surpassed their entire 2014 vote on either Monday or Tuesday. Tuesday's report would reflect Monday's activity, so even if the report is on Election Day, it would be for the early vote
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Michael McDonald Nov 3
Replying to @ElectProject
High volume mail ballot states may not be on the list but will also likely exceed their 2014 early vote. The twist for these states is that election officials will receive a large number of ballots on Tuesday - and some states even continue to accept ballots postmarked on Tuesday
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Michael McDonald Nov 3
Replying to @ElectProject
I expect all 50 states plus DC will exceed their 2014 early vote. We may just not have the data before Election Day to validate it
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Michael McDonald Nov 3
Replying to @ElectProject
We are at 33.8 million voted as of Saturday. Looking across the board at the states continuing with voting, particularly the high volume mail ballot states, it looks like we'll wind up with approximately 40 million mail (of all forms) and in-person early voting this year
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