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NC Early Voting Update: October 24

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed on Friday, October 23, here are the updated totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 756,084
Early voting (9 days): 2,200,487

Total: 2,956,571

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 1,206,994
Republican: 879,222
Unaffiliated: 858,117
Libertarian: 10,176
Green: 1,057
Constitution: 1,005

40.4% of registered voters have already voted! Lookin good!

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

NC Voting Update: October 23

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed on Thursday, October 22, here are the updated totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 727,630
Early voting (8 days): 1,970,270

Total: 2,697,900

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 1,125,227
Republican: 784,337
Unaffiliated: 777,652
Libertarian: 8,871
Green: 949
Constitution: 864

36.9% of registered voters have already voted! Lookin good!

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

NC Voting Update: October 22

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed on Wednesday, October 21, here are the updated totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 693,198
Early voting (7 days): 1,744,218

Total: 2,437,416

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 1,038,751
Unaffiliated: 698,179
Republican: 691,174
Libertarian: 7,718
Green: 840
Constitution: 754

33.3% of registered voters have already voted! Lookin good!

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

NC Voting Update: October 21

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed on Tuesday, October 20, here are the updated totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 660,389
Early voting (6 days): 1,494,960

Total: 2,155,349

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 941,925
Unaffiliated: 613,188
Republican: 592,220
Libertarian: 6,622
Green: 754
Constitution: 640

29.4% of registered voters have already voted! Lookin good!

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

NC Voting Update: October 20

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed on Monday, October 19, here are the totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 641,445
Early voting (5 days): 1,212,094

Total: 1,853,539

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 833,735
Unaffiliated: 526,355
Republican: 486,672
Libertarian: 5,567
Green: 665
Constitution: 545

25.4% of registered voters have already voted! Two weeks to go!

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

NC Voting Update, October 19: Part 2

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. Some of the sites were open on Sunday for Early Voting. After the sites closed on Sunday, October 18, here are the totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 608,744
Early voting (4 days): 918,228

Total: 1,526,972

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 708,354
Unaffiliated: 433,498
Republican: 379,640
Libertarian: 4,479
Green: 576
Constitution: 425

20.9% of registered voters have already voted!

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

I think that's part of it

Virginia has certainly gone blue due to demographic shift and the growth of the northern Virginia suburbs of DC.

New Mexico has really swung our way since 2000. Most people probably don't remember this because the 2000 election focused so much on Florida, but New Mexico was actually CLOSER that year! Gore won it by something like 315 votes. Since then, it has rapidly turned blue. Demographics help there, as well. NM is one of the few states that doesn't have a white majority.

Indiana was truly a surprise in 2008. I don't think it was really on anyone's radar - Obama kinda snuck in and stole it. That shows that with the right candidate, Indiana can be won by Democrats. I'm sure that the turnout in Indianapolis and the northern Indiana suburbs of Chicago was a factor in Obama's victory.

My own NC keeps teasing us with turning blue, but hasn't quite made it there yet. We have three major urban centers: Charlotte and its suburbs; the Triangle area around Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill; and the Triad around Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point. All of those areas are growing and reliably blue. Demographics are helping. NC is 22% African-American and the white population is inching down toward 60%. We elected a Dem governor in 2016 and broke the Republican supermajority in the state legislature. Plus, the Republicans had to re-district yet again last year, following the latest of a bunch of lawsuits against them.

NC Voting Update: October 19

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed on Saturday, October 17, here are the totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 605,321
Early voting (3 days): 828,456

Total: 1,433,777

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 665,012
Unaffiliated: 408,012
Republican: 355,632
Libertarian: 4,185
Green: 543
Constitution: 393

19.7% of registered voters have already voted!

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

NC Voting Update: October 16

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed yesterday, October 16, here are the totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 592,175
Early voting (2 days): 656,710

Total: 1,248,885

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 586,813
Unaffiliated: 357,440
Republican: 300,286
Libertarian: 3,536
Green: 480
Constitution: 330

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/

NC voting update: October 15

October 15 was the first day of Early Voting in NC. After the sites closed yesterday, here are the totals:

Mail-in ballots received: 556,366
Early voting (1 day): 333,466

Total: 889,832

Party breakdown of those who have voted:

Democratic: 438,931
Unaffiliated: 256,193
Republican: 191,666
Libertarian: 2,451
Green: 371
Constitution: 220

Source: https://carolinaelections.com/votetracker/
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