According to AP, over 102 million people cast their ballots before Election Day, doubling totals from 2016 and reaching 73% of 2016 election totals. In 2016, about 136 million ballots were cast. According to Associated Press, in hotly-contested Texas and Arizona they already exceeded the total votes from 2016 election. Early in-person and mail-in voting has been popular during the COVID-19 pandemic as voters have sought the safety and convenience of voting while social distancing. In Kentucky, nearly 13 times as many voters were registered and ballots cast early compared to 2016 turnouts, likely due to public outrage after Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old black woman, was fatally shot in her Louisville apartment on March 13, 2020 by police officers. A record turnout for early voting could spell trouble for Trump, as he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton in 2016 and those who did not or could not vote in 2016 skew Democratic. Trump's average approval stood at 44.6% approval on November 3, according to FiveThirtyEight. This rating is below even Harry Truman in 1952 who had a 45% approval rating, at a time when the U.S. was dealing with an economic recession, the Korean War, labor strife, and high-profile federal government corruption scandals. Truman had the lowest average approval rating of any post-World War II president to date, and Trump is nearly tied with Truman on Election Day. What will America decide for its future?