“In all, 22 million votes have been cast around the US so far, said Michael McDonald, a political science professor at the University of Florida who runs the United States Elections Project. In 11 states, there are more early votes already recorded with a week left to election day than early votes recorded in total in 2014.” Early voting turnout surging in several key states six days before midterms. “If trends continue, turnout could beat the 49% recorded in 1966, a number that has not been surpassed since in a midterm.”

+ 12 young people on why they probably won’t vote. (We’ll be ok as long as it’s just these 12…)