North Carolina is one such state where the number of ballot requests has skyrocketed compared to 201
About 30% of requested ballots have been returned in Tar Heel state so far, and the Democrats continue to outperform Republicans by casting their votes early. In fact, the North Carolina Democrats have so far returned more than half of all ballots, despite making up less than 36% of the state’s registered voters. Republicans now make up over 30% of registered voters, but only make up about 17% of the ballots returned so far.
Michigan State Secretary Jocelyn Benson advised Americans by postal vote on Monday to cast their ballots early.
“We want citizens to do so early if they choose to vote by mail,” said Benson during a visit to one of the 23 satellite election offices that opened in Detroit that day. “We don’t want you to wait until the last minute to either request the return of your voting slip by mail, and if we arrive within two weeks of the election we will tell each voter not to return.” If you received your ballot in the mail, it is too close to election day. Return it to a local Dropbox or your employee’s office. ”
Nationwide, in the 37 states currently reporting, more than 32 million ballot requests have been made – mostly for postal ballots. Another 43 million ballots have been or are about to be sent to voters in the nine states – along with Washington, DC – who will automatically send ballots to eligible voters.
At least 5 million ballots in two critical states, Ohio and Arizona, begin Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. On these days, personal early voting begins in the States.
However, the majority of states are not reporting any early voting results or have not sent any ballot papers domestically.