3.56 million Florida ballots already cast — more than 40 states in 2012

vote-hereMore than 3.5 million Florida voters have already cast their ballots for the Nov. 8 election — a higher turnout than 40 states and the District of Columbia had for the entire 2012 election.

 

SCTV in 1981 spoofed Soviet boastfulness with a "What Fits Into Russia" show. Florida could do the same with its voter turnout numbers.

SCTV in 1981 spoofed Soviet boastfulness with a “What Fits Into Russia” show. Florida could do the same with its voter turnout numbers.

Republicans continue to hold a narrow edge in ballots cast in the latest report from the Florida Division of Elections.

 

So far, 40.7 percent of votes have come from Republicans and 40.1 percent from Democrats — a difference of only 23,446 votes.

 

More than 1.9 million Floridians have voted by mail and more than 1.6 million have gone to in-person early voting sites.

 

The latest Florida vote-by-mail and early voting statistics. (Click to enlarge)

The latest Florida vote-by-mail and early voting statistics. (Click to enlarge)

Mail-in ballots remain more popular with Republicans, with 821,147 GOP voters returning them so far, compared with 755,712 Democrats.

 

In-person early voting remains more popular with Democrats. There have been 671,602 ballots cast by Democrats at early voting sites and 629,613 cast by Republicans.

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