But Democrats had returned more of those ballots as of Sunday.
Colorado early voting appears to favor registered Democrats as well as they now have an estimated 24,000-vote advantage over registered Republicans. But because of the sheer volume of votes cast in a presidential election year, "it can seem like a big problem when it's not really any different than four years ago".
In more possible good news for Clinton, there are signs that Hispanic turnout has swelled in the Sunshine State.
A total of 33,571 early ballots were cast at 10 polling sites in the first week of early voting, which is also known as "one stop", because residents can register and vote at the same time during this period. In all, more than 46 million people - or as much as 40 percent of the electorate - are expected to vote before Election Day. Registered first-time voters who do not bring ID to the polls can return with identification or must be offered a provisional ballot.
The state's early voting law, which was signed by former governor Deval L. Patrick in 2014, requires communities in MA to allow residents at least 10 days in which to cast their votes before the general election. However, better news is the fact that a significant amount of absentee ballot requests in Georgia have come from women, roughly 59 percent in the week following the first presidential debate, Politico reports.
Still, voters are lacking enthusiasm in many corners of the state. They'll need to close that gap if they want to hold onto the state that Barack Obama carried twice. Already, almost a quarter-million people have cast their ballot either by mail or in person.
Early voting is also down in reliably red suburban counties where Trump needs to do well.
Through Wednesday, more people in Miami-Dade have cast ballots than anywhere else: 238,888, or 17.8 percent of the county electorate, based on the September 30 registration numbers. And Democrats are still beating Republicans in in-person turnout.
Pennsylvania, along with a dozen other states, does not have early voting.
Voters have 12 hours to cast their ballot Saturday.
Democrats have built a large lead ahead of Republicans in North Carolina, and their lead has grown in recent days are voters hit the polls early.
In Nevada, early votes for Democrats lead Republicans by 11.3 percentage points. "People who work in every elections administrative office in Texas are just here to make sure things are fair and accurate". Polls have indicated that the state looks like a toss-up, and no Republican has ever won the White House without winning Ohio.
There are three races for the La Feria school board of trustees, and so far 514 early voting ballots have been cast in those races. There were 8,300 in-person voters in 2012. They're only about 24 percent today. "Party registration, moreover, doesn't always correspond with how a person votes".
That's about 18 percent down from the turnout levels in 2012.
The decline could be because Ohioans have had fewer days to vote so far compared with 2012.