With 8 days to go before Election Day in the United States, more Americans have cast ballots in the early voting window, than for the entire early voting period in 2016. According to estimates, this weekend saw the tally past the 58 million mark – the figure for all mail or in-person voting before election day four years ago. In New York City, long lines greeted poll-workers in a State that allowed early-in person voting for the first time ever in a Presidential election. There were similar scenes in other states, pointing to high levels of enthusiasm in what many are billing the most important election of their lives. We cross live to SABC News Correspondent, Sherwin Bryce-Pease in New York.
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