Democrat turnout is much lower than it was in 2008.
The Democrat turnout still may be slightly higher than the GOP, but that is to be expected since the Democrats are more likely to early vote than the GOP is.
But from the numbers, it is clear, the GOP is going to have huge numbers.
And, regardless of voter registration party affiliation, these Democrats won’t necessarily be voting for Democrat candidates. :-)
That’s how N.C. had Jesse Helms as a Senator for 36 years. There were NEVER enough registered Republicans in N.C. to elect him.