Between early voting and sending in absentee ballots, Americans across the country are making sure their votes count, come hell or high water. Whether it is getting out of bed early to head to the polls, standing in line for hours, or braving a pandemic, these intrepid voters did what they could to send in their vote early.
People aren’t playing around in 2020! Early voting is breaking records.
Early voting through Sunday, October 11 was 9.3 million versus 1.4 million people at this time in 2016. per US Elections Project.
Democrats are dominating early voting. Keep going everyone. Landslide up and down the ballot! Get out our vote!
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) October 12, 2020
Even 102-year-old Bea Lumpkin managed to mask up and leave her house in order to go vote.
“The most important reason to vote in this election is that there’s so much at stake, more than any other vote I’ve cast, because of the great challenge to the survival of our democracy,” Lumpkin told CNN.