Early votes are expected to make up around 40 percent of Franklin County votes in this election, and Leonard said he hopes that number will continue to rise, making lines shorter and results quicker.
More than 7.3 million Americans have already voted.
However, for the first time since in-person early voting started last week, Democrats are behind their 2012 pace.
Republicans, meanwhile, have good news in Iowa. Among Clinton supporters specifically that confidence level rose to 85% of the people surveyed, while 63% of the Trump supporters have little confidence in the election results and a belief that voter fraud will take place.
Karla Weiss, Commissioner of Elections announced that absentee ballots for the November 8, 2016 General Election are now available in the Auditor's Office.
MI should encourage it as most other states do, if only for the sake of midterm elections and off-year primary elections, when voter turnout is pathetically low.
Most states also allow poll watchers to count the voters - and to report to their respective candidate the identities of those who have voted in their precinct.
The absentee application contains a warning stating those who are able to vote in person on election day must appear at their polling places to vote, where their previously submitted, bar-coded absentee ballots will be voided.
Absentee and early voting started October 12 in Ohio.
Clay Barker, executive director of Kansas Republican Party, said early voting so far shows "no bad surprises for us". They now hold an 18,120-vote advantage, a paltry amount compared to their 113,222-vote edge at this time in 2008.
POSITIVE SIGNS FOR CLINTON IN NORTH CAROLINA, FLORIDAThe Clinton campaign describes both North Carolina and Florida as "checkmate" states.
Make your voice heard and VOTE! The researchers concluded that early voting may bring in some new voters, but that's counterbalanced by the fact that early voting takes attention away from Election Day itself, and all the get-out-the-vote, sometimes referred to as GOTV, efforts that go with it. No doubt a coincidence - it seems to be a law of the cosmos that votes are always flipped from Republican to Democrat - or it might be a clue to why Democrats have been growing increasingly confident that this year they will flip the state from reliably red to an unnatural shade of blue. Voters expecting to be absent from their municipality while the polls are open must state the duty, occupation or business reason.
In-person early voting kicked off across Nevada over the weekend and Democrats have flocked to the polls. Democrats still trail at 19.4 percent, but they're in an improved position from 2012, when Republicans held a 58 percent to 13 percent lead. In North Carolina, some of the urban counties had limited options for early voting in the first few days.
"Whether it's city or township-based or a county-based system, there's enough decentralization to make rigging virtually impossible", said Chris Thomas, director of elections for the state of MI.
You can use the drop-down menu here to look up contact information for the Augusta County, Staunton and Waynesboro voter registration offices. The survey, conducted Saturday to Monday, has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points. They were up by 16% one week ago, but they're ahead by 10% today.
However, despite Republican attempts to limit early voting, McDonald says that in some of the key battleground states, including Florida, North Carolina, Virginia and Nevada, people are turning out in record numbers to vote early. Registered Democrats account for 34 percent of those early in-person voters, said Kelly Arnold, chairman of the Kansas Republican Party.