It's always exciting when early voting kicks off. We've all spent the last few months trying to figure out, as best we can, what is going to actually happen. There are so many data points to choose from. CES is going to take a look at Daily Early Voting Turnout and see how it measures up to previous primary elections.
Looking back at elections from 2008 through 2018 Republican turnout is about 10% in most years and almost 20% in 2016 with Trump on the head of the ticket. Democrats range from 4% to 10% turnout typically, with 2008 being 22.5% with Obama on the head of the ticket.
With 11 days of early voting in front of us, let's see how things progress.
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