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US News In the midst of a pandemic, early voting in the United States breaks a record: 50 million Americans have already voted

21:50  23 october  2020
21:50  23 october  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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Almost ten days before the US presidential election between Joe Biden to Donald Trump, more than 50 million Americans have already advance polled , according to the count this Friday, October 23 from the US Elections Project, source of information on the American electoral system.

A record in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic

According to this count established by the University of Florida, more than 35 million people have already voted by correspondence , and more than 15 million in person. This is already more than the number of early votes recorded in total in 2016 (over 47 million).

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These figures are breaking records this year, given the many voters who prefer to slip their ballot ahead in the ballot box to avoid crowds on election day, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic .

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The figure for early voting may increase further. New York State, one of the most populous - and therefore the most endowed with large voters - will open the possibility of voting in person starting Saturday, which will further increase the number of advance ballots cast.

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Democrats have called for advance voting as a precautionary measure, but voter infatuation has sometimes resulted in long queues in states where he started.

Opposite, the Trump camp denounces, without supporting evidence, an approach likely to "rig" the results, and promises that his voters will come in droves on November 3 to lie to the polls giving him the beat.

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