WISCONSIN — Over 250K people have voted in-person absentee in Wisconsin as of Saturday, Oct. 24.
Saturday is Vote Early Day, a movement of nonprofits, businesses, election administrators, and creatives working to ensure all Americans know their options to vote early.
So, it seems only appropriate to check in on how many Wisconsinites have voted early in-person.
According to the Wisconsin Election Commission, 272,039 people have voted early in-person. . Of those, 38,508 were in Milwaukee County, 24,460 were in Dane County, 35,214 were in Waukesha County, and 3,552 were in Fond Du Lac County.
As for mail-in ballots, 1,309,782 have been returned so far, according to the Election Commission.
This comes just ten days before election day.