As of this morning, some 1.269m absentee ballots have been counted in the Florida election. The number will continue to trickle up in the coming days as county canvassing boards examine the overseas mail ballots coming in over the next week.
Republicans cast 719.1k absentee ballots. Thus far, .56% of them were rejected by canvassing boards due to voter error (likely a mismatched or invalid signature); another .27% were rejected because they lacked an accompanying signature on the return envelope. So, nearly 99.2% of GOP absentee ballots were valid.
On the Democratic side, nearly 524.8k were received by county SOEs. Slightly less than 99% were processed as valid (98.97%, to be exact). Of the rejected Democratic mail ballots, .61% had a voter error and .42% lacked a signature on the envelope.
Only 21.7k NPAs cast ballots, and roughly 10k more by 3rd party registrants.
More analysis, as time permits, on the partisan/racial/ethnic/age breakdown of absentee ballots as time permits…