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Roundtable: Democrats Dominate Early Voting

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Roundtable: Democrats Dominate Early Voting

Roundtable: Democrats Dominate Early Voting

Roundtable: Democrats Dominate Early Voting

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Early voters are turning out in record numbers to cast ballots in this year's historic election. An overwhelming number are Democrats voting in key battleground states.

Plus, how will the presidential candidates' last-minute media blitz affect Tuesday's vote?

On our reporters' roundtable, Farai Chideya speaks with Corey Dade — Atlanta correspondent for the Wall Street Journal — and Jerome Vaughn, news program director for WDET in Detroit, Michigan.