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More than 20 million Americans voted early in midterm elections scheduled for November


More than 20.7 million people cast their early vote in the midterm elections in the United States, a news source disclosed today.

Until last Sunday, more than two million 800 voters delivered their ballots in Texas, two million 600 thousand did the same in Florida, and just over two million were counted in California, limited the report of the CNN chain that cites data from Edison Research and Catalyst.

Nearly 1.6 million ballots were also cast in Georgia, and North Carolina became the fifth-highest turnout state with more than 1 million ballots cast.

Although the date of the mid-term elections is set for November 8, 46 states are involved early in the process, according to the source.

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, for example, exercised his right to vote last Saturday in the city of Wilmington, Delaware, a region in which, according to analysts, he has solid support for the Democrats.

The midterm elections are estimated to have less turnout than the presidential ones and, according to statistics from the last half century, only about 40% of voters go to the polls in these elections.

On this occasion, the 435 seats in the House of Representatives, 36 governors and 35 senators out of a total of 100, are decided.

(Taken from Latin Press)


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