In Hawaii, which is running an all-mail vote for the first time, 484,000 voters had already cast their ballots, compared to 429,000 in 2016. In Texas, almost as many people voted early in person — 8.7 million — as voted in total in the last presidential election.
As of Tuesday morning, at least four states — Texas, Hawaii, Washington and Montana — had already exceeded their 2016 turnout heading into Election Day, according to data from The Associated Press and the United States Elections Project. You can see numbers from each state here.
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