More than 14 million Americans have cast ballots in early voting so far: analysis

(VOVWORLD) - Weeks before Election Day, 14 million people have already voted in the presidential election, according to an analysis by the United States Election Project.

The figure, which includes absentee and in-person early voting, represents about 10 percent of the total 2016 turnout. In several individual states, however, a larger proportion has voted. In Vermont, 95,885 people have voted, nearly 30 percent of those who voted in the state in 2016.

Meanwhile, in Wisconsin, South Dakota and Virginia, turnout has reached about 25 percent of the last presidential election’s levels.

Georgia saw an increase of more than 40 percent from 2016, with 128,590 votes cast on Monday, the first day of early voting, according to BuzzFeed News.

Texas and Kentucky also saw heavy turnout on Tuesday, the first day of early voting. Harris County, Texas, called the 68,000 who cast their votes a record for the first day