More than 20 million people across the US have already cast their ballots for the crucial midterm elections slated to be held on Tuesday.
According to Catalist, a data company that works to compile counts of ballots cast before Election Day, the votes were coming in from seven critical states -- Arizona, Florida, Nevada, Georgia, Texas, Tennesse, Montana, CNN reported on Monday.
According to an NBC/Marist poll released last week, Sinema topped McSally by 6 points.
So far, 34 per cent of votes have been cast by Democrats and 43 per cent by Republicans, while independent voters accounted for 18 per cent, with another 8 per cent recorded as "unknown".
Over 3 million votes have been cast ahead of Tuesday's midterms so far, the Catalist data showed, surpassing what was reported at this point in the last polls held in 2014.
Examining the early votes, 40 per cent were cast by Democrats and 42 per cent by Republicans.
CNN's most recent polling showed Nelson was just a two-point lead over Scott.
CNN polls have Heller and Rosen nearly even, with the latter led by three points.
Nearly 290,000 votes have been cast so far in the Silver State, the data showed, with roughly 40 per cent cast by Democrats and 38 per cent by Republicans.
In Texas, over 2 million ballots were cast so far in the race between Republican Senator Ted Cruz and Democrat Beto O'Rourke. CNN's latest polling had Cruz ahead by an estimated seven points.
In Tennessee, Democrat Governor Phil Bredesen is up against Republican Marsha Blackburn. CNN poll has Blackburn leading Bredesen 49 per cent to 45 per cent, while over 1 million early votes cast so far.
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