More than 60 million pre-election votes have been cast, and 33 states have surpassed their pre-election vote totals from 2016, according to data from CNN, Edison Research and Catalist.
Twelve of CNN’s most competitively ranked states are among these states that have exceeded their total 2016 pre-election ballots cast.
They include: Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin.
On Sunday, the nation surpassed the 58.3 million total pre-election votes cast in 2016.
Texas, where more than 7.3 million voters have already cast ballots this year, is closest to reaching its total turnout from 2016. The Lonestar State’s pre-election turnout is currently almost 82% of the state’s total votes from 2016.
Detailed voter information comes from Catalist, a company that provides data, analytics and other services to Democrats, academics and nonprofit issue-advocacy organizations and is giving insights into who is voting before November.
Here is a look at 2020 pre-election votes cast so far by state: