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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Early Vote Totals In Florida, Should Hillary be Concerned?


Vote-by-Mail Request & Early Voting StatisticsThe Department of State’s Division of Elections is providing vote-by-mail (formerly referred to as absentee*) ballot and early voting statistics during Florida’s 2016 General Election. The Division provides these statistics to the general public in an effort to deliver an even higher level of public service. Please note that Florida law does not require generation of vote-by-mail and early voting statistics in this format. See the “Vote-by-Mail Provided (Not Yet Returned),” “Voted Vote-by-Mail,” and “Voted Early” tabs for county-by-county breakdowns.

The statistics provided below reflect totals based on daily file uploads from Florida’s 67 counties. Each county sends only one of each type of activity report daily. The Department of State updates and refreshes the website daily at 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m., and 5 p.m. (Eastern Time) to ensure that all available uploads from the counties are reflected on the statistics webpage.

Any media inquiries regarding these statistics should be directed to the Department of State’s Communications Office at 850.245.6522.

Disclaimer: Early voting and vote-by-mail ballot request totals are based on county reports last filed by the supervisor of elections for that county. Totals reflect all active registered voters since many counties also have local nonpartisan races and issues on the ballot for which all active registered voters, regardless of party affiliation or no party affiliation, may vote. For the most up-to-date early voting and vote-by-mail ballot request information, please contact the respective supervisor of elections directly, as the individual supervisor may have more up-to-date activity.
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lets hope The Mail in votes dont end up in a Trash bin.

Anonymous said...

HOLY CRAP GOOOOO TRUMP.

Anonymous said...

I thought absentee ballots did not get counted unless there was a dispute.

Anonymous said...

Y wouldnt absentee ballots be counted ????????

Anonymous said...


All correctly submitted absentee ballots are counted if the voter is registered to vote and has not voted in person in the same election. At least, that's how it's supposed to work.

Anonymous said...

Nope. Hillary shouldn't worry at all.
Everything is fine, Hillary. Now take your medicine like a good girl and let's watch some TV.

Anonymous said...

This does not say how they voted, just if they are R or D.