Stories tagged: "early voting"

A voter casts his ballot at a polling station during early voting for the U.S. Presidential election on October 31, 2020 in Arlington, United States. (Photo by Chen Mengtong/China News Service via Getty Images)
It’s Official: 100 Million People Voted Early in 2020. That’s Huge.

The United States reached an impressive new early voter turnout record, with more than 100 million ballots cast in the 2020 presidential election before the polls opened on Tuesday.

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Timing Is Everything: A Guide to Voting Early When You Think the Lines Will Be Long

If you’re planning to vote early, here are some tips to help ensure your wait time passes faster and in a safer manner.

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LIVE: Watch Livestreams of Every Ballot Counting Center in Arizona

An obscure Arizona law requires county recorders to maintain live video recordings of tabulation centers while ballots are being counted.

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A Timeline of Arizona’s Long History of Early Voting

This is the first year many states are allowing voters to mail in their ballots, an option Arizona voters have enjoyed since the '90s.

People wait in a line to vote early at the State Farm Arena on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
Georgia Sees Huge Early Voter Turnout Despite Rain, Technical Glitches, and Long Lines

On the first day of early voting in Georgia, a mix of high turnout and technical glitches caused some voters to wait in lines as long as three and five hours long, according to reports.

Over 6 million Americans have already voted in the 2020 election, shattering records.
How Huge Has Early Voting Been in 2020? Try Over-6-Million-Ballots Huge.

With a deadly pandemic raging alongside a particularly contentious election, voter turnout numbers for all types of early voting are shattering records across the United States.

Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee (Photo by Jonathon Sadowski; Graphic by Denzel Boyd/COURIER)
Milwaukee Cancels Early Voting at Miller Park and Fiserv Forum After Republican Threat

A GOP lawsuit and a conservative state Supreme Court could lead to ballots being challenged, thrown out.