Early voting in person has concluded. Tuesday is Election Day.

Turnout rebounded yesterday (Thursday) but remained lower than last week. More than 4.33M people have voted in person or by mail in the 30 counties with the most registered voters, corresponding to a turnout of 35.4%. This exceeds total statewide turnout for 2014, when 33.7% of registered voters cast ballots early or on Election Day.

Every one of the Top 30 counties, save for Jefferson Co., has now officially exceeded their respective 2014 vote totals, including Election Day.

In the 15 counties with the most registered voters, 3.67M people have voted in person or by mail through Thursday, an increase of more than 2.2M over 2014 but around 330K fewer than in 2016. On Thursday, 331K ballots were cast in person and by mail in the 15 counties, which ranks the day 8th out of 11 so far.

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