Skip to comments.ELECTION 2020: Registered Republicans Overtake Democrats in Brevard County Early-Voting Results
Posted on 10/21/2020 8:27:59 PM PDT by 11th_VA
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA With less than two weeks to go until Election Day on Nov. 3, early voting is in full swing and results show registered republicans have overtaken democrats in ballots cast in Brevard County as of Wednesday afternoon.
According to Supervisor of Elections Brevard County, early voting results show 54,154 registered republicans have cast their ballots, compared to 54,102 registered democrats.
In addition, results show 24,429 No-Party Affiliation voters have also cast their ballots.
Here are some key takeaways:
134,768 total ballots have been cast in Brevard County as of Wednesday afternoon
There are 452,160 registered voters in Brevard County
Wednesdays update shows voter turnout thus far for the 2020 election is at 30%
Democrats lead mail-in ballots 43,365, compared to republicans 36,121 ballots
Republicans lead in early voting ballots 18,031, compared to democrats 10,732 ballots
No-Party Affiliation voters have returned 18,909 mail-in ballots and 5,517 early-voting ballots
(Excerpt) Read more at spotonflorida.com ...
Wait for the people to rush into here an tell us RCP shows Trump underwater and sinking fast compared to 2016
“Wait for the people to rush into here an tell us RCP shows Trump underwater and sinking fast compared to 2016”
I think most of us have learned to disregard even our very own clutchers.
Just get out and vote!
RCP passed Peak Biden a week ago at 10.2, now 7.5.
This goes against your data, which is updated every 30 minutes, right? Are they just making these numbers up?
Oh, nevermind...was comparing this to just IPEV. Sorry!
OMG the nail biter of Florida—I was here on Free Republic in 2000! What a wild ride that was.
Florida, come on. Get a clue. Stay red!
I missed a lot of sleep that November
If our libertarian friends join us in stopping communism we can win. I haven’t heard much discussion about this but in 2016, if Gary Johnson had performed more typically and his votes went to Trump we could have carried MN NH NV CO NM and ME. His 3.5%-5% in total cost us potentially the popular vote around 38 extra EV’s and a colossal mandate. The only toss-up we would have lost is VA. We could really use the 3% the libertarian candidate is polling.
But Senile Joe is ahead by 14 pts.
Good, but I expect Republicans to do well there. Trump won that county by almost 20 points in 2016.
Good, but I care more about big turnout than whether more Republicans than Democrats are voting there. Trump won that county by almost 20 points in 2016.
Right - it’s not just the percentage of who is winning my more - you want the maximum turnout. Winning by 20 points in an area means a lot more if the turnout is 70% vs. 60%.
We’ve known this for a while.
This is huge because it is a dem stronghold.
You might be confusing Brevard with Broward. Brevard is a GOP stronghold on the Space Coast of Florida represented in Congress by Republican Bill Posey.
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