Unprecedented early voting gives Democrats hope, while Republicans count on Election Day
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Nearly 100 million voters have already cast their ballots, leading to questions about how the record early turnout will impact results up and down the ballot.
The unprecedented early vote has given Democrats hope going into Tuesday. Overall, Democrats have outperformed Republicans in early voting, after President Trump spent months waging baseless attacks on mail-in ballots.
Republicans for their part are hoping for a large in-person turnout on Election Day, though several swing states are seeing spikes in coronavirus cases, which could impact turnout.