Election 2020: Nearly 1.8 million Floridians have voted so far

More than 112,000 of those votes have come from Northeast Florida counties

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Nearly 1.8 million Floridians have already voted by mail as of Tuesday, according to data from the Florida Division of Election.

The state said the breakdown of votes were as follows:

  • 520,712 from Republican voters
  • 905,065 from Democratic voters
  • 20,118 from Other voters
  • 336,768 from No Party Affiliation voters

Here’s how those votes break down by each Northeast Florida county:

Baker: Republican, 685; Democrat, 437; Other, 7; No Party Affiliation, 85; Total, 1,214

Bradford: Republican, 849; Democrat, 793; Other, 9; No Party Affiliation, 153; Total, 1,804

Columbia: Republican, 1,377; Democrat, 1,594; Other, 25; No Party Affiliation, 387; Total, 3,383

Clay: Republican, 4,975; Democrat, 3,883; Other, 127; No Party Affiliation, 1,764; Total, 10,749

Duval: Republican, 17,158; Democrat, 32,030; Other, 760; No Party Affiliation, 8,319; Total, 58,267

Nassau: Republican, 3,962; Democrat, 3,286; Other, 143; No Party Affiliation, 1,334; Total, 8,725

Putnam: Republican, 1,419; Democrat, 1,948; Other, 36; No Party Affiliation, 456; Total, 3,859

St. Johns: Republican, 8,691; Democrat, 11,315; Other, 338; No Party Affiliation, 3,887; Total, 24,231

Union: Republican, 201; Democrat, 207; Other, 3; No Party Affiliation, 20; Total, 431

According to the state’s data, there are a little more than 3.8 million vote-by-mail ballots that have been provided but not yet returned.

Early voting begins statewide on October 24. Check with your county’s supervisor of elections to find out if your county offers additional early voting days.