The break-downs of early voters so far shows Democrats at their traditional numbers:
In-Person early votes cast by registered Democrats were 51 percent, registered Republicans were 29 percent, and registered unaffiliated & Libertarian voters were 20 percent.
In comparing the trend line against the 2010 in-person early voting:
As we will probably see the numbers slightly adjust over the next few days, the early indications are that registered Democrats are performing at their traditional percentage levels for in-person early voting. In just one day of in-person early voting, registered Democrats have doubled their mail-in returned and accepted ballots.
In terms of mail-in ballots, the following graphs show the trends that have been posted at this blog: