Massive early voter turnout reported across the U.S.
Final day of early voting is October 30, 2020
VICTORIA, Texas — As election day gets closer and social distancing regulations are still a reality, it has influenced more people to vote using mail-in ballots.
These safety concerns have influenced less in-person voting, where voters are questioning if election counts will be accurate.
University of Houston Victoria Political Science lecturer, Wagner Woodrow suggests early voting can determine a presidential winner early on election night.
“Maybe, we might have enough people who did early voting and who did mail in ballots, that were counted before election night. To get a sense of who the winner is. So you hear on television sometimes like ‘Oh this is going to take months, this is going to go on, and on, and on.’ It might, but it also could be solved that night, in terms of who has the most votes going in to election night,” Woodrow said.
Early voting is still available until October 30th. It will give a better chance of determining the next president.
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