This is the L2 Early Voter update posted at 10:13amEDT on 11/1/18, results were collected and released via L2 and L2 VoterMapping as of 11/1/18. 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: 2,654,118 43%D/33%R/19%NP
Florida: 1,394,725 41%D/41%/16%NP
Arkansas: 245,261 52%R/35%D/13%NP
Georgia: 1,373,387 44%R/37%D/18%NP
Nebraska: 111,790 48%R/39%D/12%NP
Vermont*: 39,104 59%D/28%R/13%NP
Tennessee: 1,029,379 55%R/30%D/13%NP
Virginia*: 213,995 54%D/38%R/7%NP
Washington*: 798,071 48%D/36%R/15%I
North Dakota*: 67,733 63%R/19%D/18%I
Kansas: 220,123 48%R/33%D/18%NP
Iowa: 349,497 44%D/36%R/19%NP
West Virginia: 97,144 45%D/36%R/13%NP
Colorado: 813,847 36%R/35%D/28%NP
Texas*: 2,121,813 47%D/46%R/7%I
Oklahoma: 81,402 48%R/40%D/11%NP
New Jersey: 282,004 48%D/28%R/23%NP
North Carolina: 1,341,187 43%D/30%R/26%NP
*State where party ID is modeled by L2.
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