What Is The Best Time To Vote On Election Day? Avoiding Polling Place Lines And Frenzy Across The United States
The following is an excerpt from CHRIS RIOTTA | November 7, 2016 | ibtimes.com |
If President Obama could have had it his way, each of the nearly 146 million Americans registered to vote would have already done so well ahead of Election Day 2016, regardless of whom they were casting their ballot for. The sitting president, and valued surrogate for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, has been calling on citizens to vote early at polling places already operating in the final weeks of the presidential campaign.
But just like each of the modern American elections prior to this year’s polarizing campaign season, early voter turnout will only make up a minority of the final votes cast for either candidate, as the large majority of voters turn out in droves all day on Nov. 8 to elect the next commander in chief.
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