As in-person early voting ends in Florida, Democrats have 1.36% turnout advantage

Hillary Clinton heads into election day with a smaller partisan turnout advantage than Barack Obama had four years ago.
Hillary Clinton heads into election day with a smaller partisan turnout advantage than Barack Obama had four years ago.

More than 6.4 million Florida voters have cast ballots for Tuesday’s election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with Democrats so far casting 87,249 more ballots than Republicans, according to the state Division of Elections.

 

Through Sunday — the final day of in-person early voting — 2,558,072 Democrats had voted in person or through the mail in Florida, which was 39.85 percent of all ballots cast.

 

Republicans had cast 2,470,823 ballots, or 38.49 percent.

 

More than 1.2 million voters with no party affiliation have voted early or by mail in Florida

and another 154,179 voters registered with minor parties have voted.

 

 

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