About 94 million Americans have already voted – that’s about 70% of 2016’s total turnout. Early voting has also nearly doubled 2016’s 50 million.
The latest numbers are as of 8 a.m. Eastern, as compiled by the NBC News Decision and Democratic political data firm Target Smart.
Specifically – 93,800,000 voters have already cast early ballots. And notable increases have been seen across all demographics.
Democrats lead Republicans in casting early ballots in several key states, including Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. GOP voters have a slight lead in Georgia, Michigan, Ohio, Texas, and Wisconsin.
Voting precincts close at 7 p.m., however as long as you are in line at 7 p.m. you can still vote.
All mail-in ballots can be delivered to one of the Supervisor of Elections offices.
Here’s what’s you on your ballot: Ballot Info
Be sure you bring a valid photo and signature ID to the voting precinct.
Acceptable Photo ID Florida Voters:
- Florida Driver License
- Florida ID Card (issued by DHSMV)
- U.S. Passport
- Debit or Credit Card
- Military ID
- Student ID
- Retirement Center ID
- Neighborhood Association ID
- Public Assistance ID
- Veteran Health ID (issued by the US Department of Veterans Affairs)
- Concealed Weapon License (issued pursuant to F.S. 790.06)
- Employee ID card issued by any branch, department, agency, or entity of the Federal Government, the state, a county, or a municipality.
If you do not bring an acceptable ID, you may still vote, however, you will be required to vote a provisional ballot, which will later be evaluated by a canvassing board for eligibility.