Politics What Riot? Over 1 Million Florida Republicans Already Voted

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  1. Rupert Pupkin

    Rupert Pupkin That Ass is Attached to Daniela Lopez

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    I voted for El Donaldo last week. Its too late to change your vote, especially dummies that sent in absentee ballots for Jeb, Christie and Carson.

    https://electionsmith.wordpress.com/2016/03/12/still-awaiting-several-counties-to-post-early-in-person-tallies-for-yesterday-but-heres-the-party-and-raceethnicity-breakdown/

    As of Friday morning, nearly 700k Democrats had cast ballots ahead of Florida’s PPP. Roughly 18% of white Democrats have already voted; less than 10% of registered black and Hispanic Democrats have cast ballots.

    On the Republican side of the ledger, over 934k have cast ballots. More than 1/5 registered white Republicans have voted; Hispanic Republicans are also voting in sizable numbers, with 18.5% of those registered having cast ballots.

    Another 4.2k voters who registered in the final two weeks before the February 16 registration cutoff have voted, but we won’t know their party registration or race/ethnicity until a later time.

    Are #Millennials voting? So far, no sign of them. They have until Sunday in 9 counties to vote early in-person or until Election Day to get their absentee ballots in, or, of course, turn out to their designated precincts on March 15.


    Fewer than 5% of Democrats who are under 30 (as of February 1, 2016) have voted. Less than 3% of the more than 326k black Democrats under the age of 30 have voted; a slightly higher percentage of the 170k under 30 Hispanic Democrats have voted, some 4.7%. Nearly 25% of registered Democrats 60 and over have voted, with older black and white Democrats leading the way.

    On the Republican side, over 34% of white Republicans 60 and up have already voted. Older Hispanic Republicans are right behind, with 31% of those registered having voted. Fewer than 6% of Republicans under the age of 30 have voted, with younger Hispanic Republicans outpacing younger white Republicans. #NeverTrump voters, perhaps? If so, it’s less than 5k votes, hardly a counter-punch to rapidly approaching million votes cast by Republicans to date.
     
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  2. Willowglen

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    Bye bye little Marco.
     
  3. Rupert Pupkin

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    https://electionsmith.wordpress.com/2016/03/12/exclusive-latest-turnout-figures-from-florida/

    Through Friday, over 1.8m Floridians have voted.

    Over 754k Democrats have voted either early in-person or absentee mail ballots.

    Nearly 1.03m Republicans have cast early in-person and absentee mail ballots.

    Among registered Democrats, 11% of blacks, 10% of Hispanics, and 19% of whites have turned out.

    Among registered Republicans, 20% of registered Hispanics and 23% of registered whites have voted.
     
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    1.75 million republicans to 0.75 million dems...

    The dems are in trouble this election cycle. Republican turnout is through the roof. Either there's a real movement going on, or the dems are electioneering the primaries to ensure an easy general
     
  5. idiotbox

    idiotbox Looking for a dime and found a quarter. VIP

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    DiamondGoddess Born Ready for My Close-Up! Gold

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    I think people are energized.
     
  7. Rupert Pupkin

    Rupert Pupkin That Ass is Attached to Daniela Lopez

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    No.

    1M Republicans
    750k Democrats

    Florida Democrats have a 325k enrollment advantage as of Jan 2016. When Obama was elected in 2008, it was 700,000.
     
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    Trump will win Florida. It won't be close.
     
  9. Willowglen

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    Its Florida. All the old retired people vote absentee early. It happens every election cycle.
     
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    The old retired people are voting republican.

    This isn't just Florida. So far, the only states (that I paid attention to anyway) that have had dems outnumbering republicans has been Massachusetts... That's it. Every other one was almost 2:1 GOP:dem.
     
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    A lot of people vote early down here because they are laborers and construction workers who don't want to miss out on three hours of work to vote.
     
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    Ahh... That seems more inline
     
  13. Rupert Pupkin

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    https://electionsmith.wordpress.com/2016/03/

    More than 1.12m Floridians have cast valid absentee mail ballots, including 462.5k Democrats and 626.8k Republicans.

    But more than 607k absentee ballots mailed out by the 67 county SOEs to Democratic and Republican voters have yet to be returned by voters.

    As of yesterday morning, there were nearly 300k Republican absentee ballots that need to reach SOE offices by close of business on Tuesday, and over 308k Democratic absentee ballots that had yet to arrive at SOE offices.​