ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Early voting for the general election coming up on Tuesday officially ended on November 6. The election includes several races in New York’s Capital Region, as well as notable races in Vermont and Massachusetts.

NEWS10 looked into how many people voted early between October 29 to November 6. All early voting numbers are from each respective county’s Board of Elections.

  • Albany County
    • Early voters: 25,013
    • Total registered voters: 216,535
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 12%
  • Rensselaer County
    • Early voters: 9,738
    • Total registered voters: 109,333
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 9%
  • Schenectady County
    • Early voters: 10,772
    • Total registered voters: 106,143
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 10%
  • Saratoga County
    • Early voters: 15,660
    • Total registered voters: 182,106
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 9%
  • Warren County
    • Early voters: 4,696
    • Total registered voters: 49,191
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 10%
  • Washington County
    • Early voters: 1,972
    • Total registered voters: 39,576
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 5%
  • Fulton County
    • Early voters: 2,051
    • Total registered voters: 35,303
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 6%
  • Montgomery County
    • Early voters: 1,925
    • Total registered voters: 30,860
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 6%
  • Greene County
    • Early voters: 1,921
    • Total registered voters: 34,929
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 5%
  • Columbia County
    • Early voters: 5,991
    • Total registered voters: 49,619
    • Percentage of registered voters that voted early: 12%