The surge comes after many states have expanded mail-in voting and in-person early voting as a safe way to vote during the coronavirus pandemic and amid voter eagerness to weigh in on the political future of Republican President Donald Trump, who is facing a stiff challenge from Democrat Joe Biden.
That number largely surpasses previous elections.
Another 225,000 voters have cast their ballots, including voters with no party affiliation.
There are more options for MA voters who want to cast their ballot in the presidential election this year than ever before.
Don't be fooled, voting experts and academics say.
Voters still have time to turn their voting packages in.
There are still ballots in the mail system and Boegman said election staff would be at Canada Post's main distribution centre on Saturday to make sure all of the ballots received by the time polls close at 8 p.m. are collected for screening.
There will be dedicated teams in each district to count ballots that come in.
In Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, mail-in ballots can not be counted until Election Day. MI election workers can begin processing ballots a day in advance, but they can't be tabulated until November 3.
The county Auditor's Office has predicted a historic voter turnout - around 90 percent - for the upcoming election.
Maybe your ballot was damaged when it arrived, or you could have misplaced it.
On election night in 2018, Arizona Republican Martha McSally appeared to be on the road to victory in the state's US Senate race, telling her supporters she was going "to bed with a lead of over 14 000 votes".
By this time in 2018, Maricopa County had counted almost 487,000 ballots.
That would be "an indication of things going the way they're supposed to", said C. Murphy Hebert, a spokesperon for the Arizona Secretary of State.