Every 2 years, 7 million Americans turn 18 and become eligible to vote.
62% of eligible voters in 2020 will be under the age of 39.
In most states, eligible voters can cast a ballot before Election Day either in-person during the early voting period, by mail, or via an absentee ballot.
There are more women serving in Congress than ever before.
31% of eligible young people cast ballots in the 2018 Midterm election.
40% of the 18-to-29-year-olds surveyed said they planned to vote this year.
During the last presidential election in 2016, 34% of Americans voted early.
Out of 535 members, only 126 are women.
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Voters in 2018 were the most racially and ethnically diverse ever for a midterm election.
They elected the most racially and ethnically diverse Congress in U.S. history.
A record 131 women are currently serving in Congress.
That amounts to the highest percentage in American history.
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53% of eligible Americans cast their ballot in the 2018 midterms.
It was the highest turnout for a midterm election in 40 years.
1 in 5 eligible Americans are not registered to vote.
Over 60% of them have never been asked to register.