How to use early voting in a sentence

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We were among the first to share with you what's going on with the exuberance around the country with early voting.
I'm a new USA citizen, Australian by birth, who headed down to the Madison City Clerk's office today for early voting.
The Democrat's early voting edge in Stark means that they are confident of winning the cities of canton, Massillon, and Alliance.
They will use Twitter and SMS with the hashtag votereport to collect reports on voting, now during early voting and all the way through election day next week.
There was a traffic jam on the highway leading to the early voting station in Franklin County, Ohio, on Monday.
I asked him about this message given the efforts to restrict early voting and his overall sense of the ground game to date.
However, only days before early voting was to commence, a local judge ordered the polling station open.
It was a scene repeated at polling stations across America last week as an unprecedented wave of early voting signalled a potentially sharp rise in overall turnout.
The Olympics overlap the first week of early voting, providing a nettlesome distraction and raising the price of television ads.
The new laws make same-day voter registration permanent, expand early voting and set a special election on Nov.
Given all the advantages that accrue to early voting states, over the last two decades the delegate selection calendar has become increasingly front-loaded.
Early voting, including absentee balloting, is increasingly used in our elections.
Early voting programs have become a significant feature of American elections.
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