Florida Vote-by-Mail Data as of 10/12 for the Upcoming Election

Florida Vote-by-Mail Data

♦Republicans – 46.0%
♦Democrats – 35.7%
♦Margin (+10.3% for Republicans)

Updated: 10/12 Latest Florida Early Mail Voting 20,718 (+6,201 from 10/11) more registered Republicans have returned an Early Mail-in-Ballot as of 10/12 (+10.3% lead down from 12.6% on 10/11 {-2.3%})

Voted-by-Mail Provided (Not Yet Returned)

REP: 1,041,039 (down -25,353 from 10/11)
DEM: 1,147,532 (down -16,691 from 10/11)
Other: 14,851 (down -96 from 10/11)
No Party Affiliation: 550,048 (down -6,988 from 10/11)
Total Returned: 2,753,470 (down -49,128 from 10/11)

Voted-by-Mail Provided (Not Yet Returned) Cont.

REP: 37.8% (down -0.3% from 10/11)
DEM: 41.7% (up +0.2% from 10/11)
Other: 0.5% (same from 10/11)
No Party Affiliation: 20.0% (up +0.1% from 10/11)

Voted-by-Mail (Returned)

REP: 92,224 (up +37,912 from 10/11)
DEM: 71,506 (up +31,711 from 10/11)
Other: 1,212 (up +454 from 10/11)
No Party Affiliation: 35,405 (up +14,945 from 10/11)
Total Returned: 200,347 (up +85,022 from 10/11)

Voted-by-Mail (Returned) Cont.

REP: 46.0% (down -1.1% from 10/11)
DEM: 35.7% (up +1.2% from 10/11)
Other: 0.6% (down -0.1% from 10/11)
No Party Affiliation: 17.7% (same from 10/11)

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 for 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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