Nearly 100 million ballots have been turned in early; more than two-thirds the amount of voters in the 2016 election total.
More than 70 million Americans have cast ballots in the U.S. presidential election, more than half the total turnout of the 2016 election with one week to go until Election Day, according to a Tuesday tally from the U.S. Elections Project. With a week until Election Day, over 67 million Americans have already voted, breaking the record for early voting set in 2016. With a week until Election Day, over 67 million Americans have already voted, breaking the record for early voting set in 2016. The US has seen record early voting ahead of the 2020 election, as President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden battle for the White House.
Fifteen million had cast their ballots before North Carolina opened its polling stations - with nearly three weeks to go until the 3 November election.
North Carolina is a key swing state that Donald Trump won in 2016.
He is not without his supporters there four years on, but there are also plenty of voters keen to see change.