(Bloomberg) -- Democratic nominee Joe Biden has an ad for just about everybody. Biden and President Donald Trump are tied in Georgia. And more people have already voted early than did so in all of 2016.There are eight days until Election Day and 49 days until the Electoral College meets.Other Developments:Biden Pulling Off a Strategy Clinton Couldn’t in 2016: Recreate Obama’s MapTrump’s Rural Edge Shrinks With Enthusiasm Fading in Key States‘This Is a Moment’: U.S. Latino Vote Matters Like Never BeforeBiden’s Year-Old Pandemic Tweet Gets an Anniversary BoostBiden Has an Ad for Just About EverybodyFlush with cash, the Biden campaign isn’t just running a lot of ads, it’s running a lot of different ads.On Monday alone, the campaign released ads featuring an Iraq War veteran talking about Biden’s support of mine-resistant vehicles, a Pennsylvania veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder and the parents of a cancer survivor talking about Obamacare.It also released ads featuring Biden talking about being a “union man,” an older woman talking about Social Security and a Pittsburgh iron worker talking about infrastructure as Bruce Springsteen songs play.It also released separate ads featuring a Michigan bartender, an Arizona hair salon owner, a Michigan truck driver, a former Wisconsin dairy farmer and a restaurant owner talking about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on their jobs.Biden can make all these ads because his blockbuster fundraising left him with $107 million in cash more than Trump in the final weeks of the campaign.Trump and Biden Are Tied in Georgia (7:20 a.m.)Biden will visit Atlanta on Tuesday, as a new poll shows the presidential race is essentially tied in Georgia.In a survey by the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs released Monday, 47% of likely voters backed Biden and 46% supported Trump, within the margin of error. Georgia has not voted for a Democratic presidential nominee since 1992.The survey also showed competitive Senate races, with Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff essentially tied with Senator David Perdue, 46%-45%, but still below the 50% threshold to avoid a runoff in January.In Georgia’s second Senate race, 34% backed Democrat Raphael Warnock, pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church; 21% supported Representative Doug Collins and 20% backed incumbent Senator Kelly Loeffler, with 14% saying they were undecided.The poll of 1,145 likely voters in Georgia was conducted Oct. 14-23. It has a margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points.Early Voting Surpasses 2016 Total With a Week Left to Go (6:52 a.m.)More Americans have voted early already than did before the 2016 election.With eight days until the election, 59.4 million people have cast ballots in-person at early voting centers or by mail, according to the U.S. Elections Project.That’s more than the roughly 58 million who voted before Election Day in the last presidential ballot.It’s not yet clear whether the surge in early voting will reflect higher turnout overall or whether most early voters would have cast ballots on Election Day regardless.The pool of early voters skews heavily Democratic, however, with 49% of returned ballots in states that identify party ID coming from Democrats, 28% from Republicans and 22% from independents, according to the Elections Project.Biden Picks Up Endorsement From Conservative NewspaperA prominent conservative newspaper endorsed Biden Sunday, the first time it has backed a Democrat in more than a century.In its endorsement, the editorial board of the New Hampshire Union-Leader praised Trump’s judicial appointments, tax policy and accomplishments in the Middle East but said that his handling of the national debt and the coronavirus and his demeanor made him a bad choice.“President Trump is not always 100% wrong, but he is 100% wrong for America,” the editorial board wrote.The Union-Leader endorsed former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in the 2016 Republican presidential primary, then broke with tradition in the general election to back Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson.Biden Gets More Pro Wrestlers in His CornerTrump, whose Atlantic City casino hosted Wrestlemania and who had cameos at several wrestling matches, may be in the WWE Hall of Fame, but it’s Biden who has racked up the endorsements lately.In a one-minute ad, former pro wrestler Dave Bautista, best known for playing Drax the Destroyer in “Guardians of the Galaxy,” says Trump is “someone who portrays himself as a tough guy.”“It’s easy to lie to people. It’s easy to bully people. That does not make you a tough guy,” he says.Former pro wrestlers Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Mick “Mankind” Foley have also endorsed Biden, although the president still has the support of WWE CEO Vince McMahon, whose wife, Linda, served in Trump’s Cabinet.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.