SALT LAKE CITY — Nearly a million Utahns have already voted in the 2020 general election.
As of Sunday morning, 951,178 ballots had been processed by county clerks in Utah, according to the state's elections website.
And that number doesn't reflect the total number of people who have submitted their ballots — the site says the ballots received by county clerks' offices but not yet processed are not included in the tally.
Sunday's total is more than a 100,000 increase since two days prior, with 851,016 processed as of Friday morning.
JUST IN: @ElectionsUtah reports more than 851k ballots processed so far.— Ben Winslow (@BenWinslow) October 30, 2020
In 2016, about 1.1 million voted.
This year, roughly 1.6 million ballots were mailed out.
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In Sunday's numbers, Salt Lake County had the most with 362,396 ballots processed, followed by Utah County with 163,327 and Davis County with 121,621. Click here to view the rest of the numbers by county.
Registered voters can check the status of their ballots at vote.utah.gov, as well as find Election Day polling/voter registration locations.