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Early voting numbers in Doa Ana County almost double those of 2014

The number of Doña Ana County residents who voted early and in-person this year are almost double the numbers from the last midterm election.

In 2014, 16,324 people voted early, according to the Doña Ana County Clerk’s office. In 2018, 28,918 people voted early.

“It’s so encouraging, because democracy works best when everyone shows up at the polls,” said Doña Ana County Deputy Clerk Lindsey Bachman.

A grand total of 41,586 people voted in the 2014 midterm elections, according to the clerk’s office. If you combine early voting with mail-in ballots, 35,986 have already participated this year.

That means Doña Ana County is already 87 percent of the way to beating 2014’s numbers, before the dawn of election day.

El Paso’s early voting numbers are also shattering records. Click here to read analysis from ABC-7’s exclusive election analyst, Bob Moore.

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