Early voters are on track to make history.
Democrats are voting early in droves.
Almost 15 million Americans have taken advantage of voting early. And those early voters are on track to make history, this could be the first time that the majority of votes are cast before Election Day.
According to The Washington Post, Democrats are casting the most votes in the six states that have provided partisan breakdowns. Registered Democrats in Kentucky, North Carolina, Pennsylvania Florida, Iowa, and Maine outnumber Republicans two to one in the polls.
One Kentucky voter, Tony Lewis, 39, told the Post he was elated to see the voter turnout.
“Last night felt like Christmas Eve,” said Lewis, 39, who was interviewed at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. He showed up around 8:30 a.m. on the first day to vote in person. “I just wanted to get out and be one of the first ones to cast my vote to hopefully end the insanity we are living in under the current administration.”