Archives for the day of: March 6, 2016

Here’s % voter turnout, by party registration, as of end of March 5, 2016 (early in-person & absentee), for the top 10 and bottom 10 performing counties:

County % Rep Turnout County % Dem Turnout
LEE 23.3 PIN 19.54
PIN 21.0 LEE 15.98
BAK 17.7 MON 15.24
SUM 17.4 SUM 14.41
CIT 16.3 SAR 13.75
CLL 16.0 HER 13.59
MON 15.8 MRT 13.09
DAD 15.4 CHA 12.82
MRT 15.4 CIT 12.52
TAY 14.8 MAN 11.46
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HOL 6.8 WAK 4.85
CLM 6.7 PAL 4.46
GUL 6.6 LAF 4.18
BAY 6.5 HOL 3.94
LAF 6.5 LIB 3.91
MAD 6.3 GUL 3.9
PAL 5.1 UNI 3.09
UNI 4.8 MAD 2.94
GLA 2.7 HAR 1.17
HAR 2.0 GLA 0.91
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Turnout in Lee County.

Yes, that’s right. Lee County.

44.4k registered Republicans in Lee have voted in the election. That’s a whopping 23.3% turnout rate! Another 20.6k Democrats have already voted, or 16% of registered Democrats.

This far exceeds the party turnout rates in Miami-Dade, but also Pinellas, with its heavy absentee ballot system in place.

Wonders never cease to amaze…

 

 

Miami-Dade: 113.8k votes cast to date. A close split between Rs and Ds, with 58.3k Republicans and 51.5k Democrats already voting.

Pinellas: 102.7k votes cast to date. Another close split, with 49.5k Republicans and 47.7k Democrats. Pinellas has the most advanced and extensive absentee voting program in the state.

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