This is the L2 Early Voter update posted at 10:40amEDT on 10/26/18, results were collected and released via L2 and L2 VoterMapping as of 10/25/18. These are not the only states L2 has early return information from but these are the most competitive states that are currently available.  Click the name of the state for an in-depth demographic report on early voters.  If you would like to see a specific state(s), district(s), or combination let me know and reports/graphics can be generated.

California: 1,389,052 43% D/33%R/19%NP
Texas* (Select Counties): 601,650 47.5% R/47.5%/5%NP
Colorado: 295,321 36%R/35%D/27%NP
Vermont*: 22,812 58%D/29%R/12%NP
Iowa: 45%D/36%R/17.5%NP
New Jersey: 203,779 48%D/30%R/21%NP
Nevada: 117,510 41%D/40%R/13%NP
Arkansas: 57,528 50%R/38%D/6%NP
North Dakota*: 40,505 69% R/19%D/17%NP
Kansas: 56,919 48%R/35%D/16%NP
Indiana: 182,711 48%R/42%D/9%NP
North Carolina: 360,879 43%D/305R/26%NP
Virginia*: 129,292 55%D/38%R/7%NP
Georgia*: 688,903 46%R/38%D/16%NP
Washington: 223,430 50%D/36%R/14%NP
Tennessee: 533,307 60%R/29%D/10%NP
Nebraska: 64,297 49%R/38%D/12%NP
Wyoming: 22,622 68%R/23%D/8%NP
Maine: 40,046 45%D/30%R/22%NP
Wisconsin*: 31,385 45%D/41%R/14%NP

*State where party ID is modeled by L2.

L2 is a 45-year-old nonpartisan voter file provider and currently provides the voter file information tens of thousands of campaigns, national grassroots organizations, and scores of media outlets for research and survey information including the New York Times and Washington Post.

Every day we’re bringing in early voter data from across the nation to provide to our clients doing survey work, media planning, and GOTV outreach. We immediately match those data back to our voter file to hundreds of fields of demographic and consumer information.