Will the U.S. break a century-old record in this election?
Even carved Halloween pumpkins in neighborhoods say “Vote.”
The scene of long lines and mostly-patient early voters has played out across the United States (pictured above, New York’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday). With eight days to go until the traditional in-person Election Day, early voting has already surpassed early and absentee voting in 2016. Early ballots number nearly 80 percent of the total 2016 voters in Texas, 70 percent of those in Georgia, and 72 percent in Montana.
In Cleveland, the line of early voters extended onto a highway off-ramp this past weekend. It was the first time I can remember seeing people so motivated to vote that they would stand for hours in