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2.1 Million Votes Have Already Been Cast in L.A. County

A man in a mask and baseball cap casts his ballot at a yellow voting booth, one in a row of several.
Voters cast their ballots at the Vote center inside Staples Center in 2020.
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More than 2.1 ballots have already been cast in Los Angeles County. With four days to go until Nov. 3, that would put turnout at 36.6% — a number that will only rise in the coming days.

While early voting numbers have shaterred records around the country, Californians will have to wait weeks before learning just how many people turned out in 2020.

READ MORE: How Many SoCal Voters Will Turn Out In 2020?