Florida Vote-by-Mail Data as of 10/11 for the Upcoming Election

Florida Vote-by-Mail Data

♦  Republicans – 47.1%
♦  Democrats – 34.5%
♦  Margin (+12.6% for Republicans)

Updated: 10/11 Latest Florida Early Mail Voting 14,517 (+6,401 from 10/10) more registered Republicans have returned an Early Mail-in-Ballot as of 10/11 (+12.6% Lead down from 15.1% on 10/10 {-2.5%})

Voted-by-Mail Provided (Not Yet Returned)

♦  Rep: 1,066,392 (down -14,792 from 10/10)
♦  DEM: 1,164,223 (down -6,460 from 10/10)
Other: 14,947 (down -48 from 10/10)
No Party Affiliation: 557,036 (down -1,710 from 10/10)
Total Returned: 2,802,598 (down -23,010 from 10/10)

♦ (Rep): 38.1% (down -0.2% from 10/10)
♦ (Dem): 41.5% (down -0.1% from 10/230)
Other: 0.5% ( same from 10/10)
No Party Affiliation: 19.9% (down -0.1% from 10/10)

Voted-by-Mail (Returned)

♦  Rep: 54,312 (Up +28,394 from 10/10)
♦  DEM: 39,795 (Up +21,993 from 10/10)
Other: 758 (Up +363 from 10/10)
No Party Affiliation: 20,460 (Up +11,202 from 10/10)
Total Returned: 115,325 (Up +61,952 from 10/10)

♦ (Rep): 47.1% (down -1.5% from 10/10)
♦ (Dem): 34.5% (up +1.1% from 10/10)
Other: 0.7% (same from 10/10)
No Party Affiliation: 17.7% (Up +0.4% from 10/30)

As a Registered Voter in the State of Florida, you are given the option to have your ballot sent by mail for 2 Election Cycles. The reason I point this out is that there will be voters in Florida that will not vote in the upcoming Election that are provided a ballot by mail. That is why the Returned Vote-by-Mail Data is so important and should be what you focus on.

You can find the data I provided at the link below. If you are interested in a certain County, that data is also provided.

https://countyballotfiles.elections.myflorida.com/FVRSCountyBallotReports/AbsenteeEarlyVotingReports/PublicStats

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