The numbers have been tallied, crunched and evaluated for Crow Wing County in the wake of the 2018 midterms.

Here's how it breaks down this year:

• Crow Wing County had 40,844 registered voters at the start of Election Day.

• There were 2,041 new voters registered on Election Day.

• The county accepted 7,920 absentee and mail ballots.

• During Election Day, 23,716 people voted at the polls.

• In total, in Crow Wing County 31,636 people voted, or 73.77 percent of registered voter turnout.

• According to the state demographer, there are about 48,915 eligible voters in Crow Wing County. Taking that into account, Election Day's turnout was 64.68 percent of a total eligible voter turnout.

• In Crow Wing County, 25 percent of voters voted early through absentee or mail ballots.

For comparison from the last midterm in 2014:

• Crow Wing County had 38,160 registered voters at the start of Election Day.

• The county registered 1,827 new voters on Election Day.

• During this election cycle, 4,337 absentee and mail ballots were submitted.

• During Election Day, 22,728 people voted at polling places across the county.

• A total of 27,065 people voted in Crow Wing County for a 67.68 percent registered voter turnout.

• The state demographer estimated there were 48,234 eligible voters in Crow Wing County for a total eligible voter turnout of 56.11 percent.

• In 2014, 16.02 percent of voters voted early through absentee or mail ballot.

For comparison to the 2016 presidential election:

• By Election Day, the county had 39,432 registered voters.

• County staffers registered 4,146 new voters on election day.

• In 2016, 8,282 submitted absentee and mail ballots.

• Showing up to the polls were 27,866 people who voted on Election Day.

• A total of 36,148 people voted in Crow Wing County for an 82.95 percent registered voter turnout.

• According to the state demographer's office, 48,235 eligible Crow Wing County voters turned out for a total eligible voter turnout of 74.95 percent. The demographer didn't have updated 2016 estimates-it was the same from 2014.

• During this cycle, 22.91 percent of voters voted early through absentee or mailed ballots.