Hernando County Florida Turnout Looking Good for Republicans-Demorats Are Down From 2016

In 2016, by the time 37K Republicans turned out to vote in Hernando County Florida Democrats had turned out 26,645 voters of their own.  This year, as Republicans hit the 37,000 mark, Democrats are down more than two thousand, coming in at only 24,200:

Huge Voter Turnout in Pro John James 85% Republican Rural Michigan Precinct

I just voted in Jamestown Township Michigan.  When I arrived the parking lot was full.  I was voter number 562 and cast my ballot a little before 2 pm.  A person working the polls said turnout was steady all day, which was confirmed also by a man in line who drove by the polling place … Continue reading Huge Voter Turnout in Pro John James 85% Republican Rural Michigan Precinct

Democrats Win Early Turnout in Florida and Nevada – Republicans Make Gains Over 2016

Early voting is over in Nevada and Florida (for the most part) and the final numbers show massive turnout for a mid-term election, numbers for both parties are almost tied with 2016 early voting turnout.  In both Florida and Nevada, Democrats had a higher turnout, but the difference between parties is less than what it … Continue reading Democrats Win Early Turnout in Florida and Nevada – Republicans Make Gains Over 2016

2018 Mid-Term Election – Virginia 5th and 7th Districts Will Show Which Way the Votes Are Going

There are two "up-for-grabs" Virginia congressional districts according to realclearpolitics.com, congressional district 5 and district 7.  Although Hillary won the state of Virginia 49.8% to 44.4%, both Republicans won their congressional re-election bids handily in 2016. In the 5th district, the Republican won by over 15% and 50K votes.  Note, this year, Tom Garrett is … Continue reading 2018 Mid-Term Election – Virginia 5th and 7th Districts Will Show Which Way the Votes Are Going

Early Voting and Absentee Ballot Returns in Nevada Show Increase in Republican Turnout Against 2016

Hillary Clinton won the state of Nevada by 2.4% (47.9% to 45.5%).  The early voting turnout favored Democrats by about 6 percentage points.  In 2014 the opposite was true, Republicans beat Democrats in early voting by almost 8 points. In 2018, as of this afternoon (November 1st), the needle is moving back towards Republicans, but … Continue reading Early Voting and Absentee Ballot Returns in Nevada Show Increase in Republican Turnout Against 2016

Arizona Senate Race – Polls Compared to Results – Fact Vs Fiction

For context, the president won Arizona in 2016 by 3.5%.  According to the AZ SOS website there are the following registered voters in Arizona: Trump won the state by 3.5% and currently there are still 3.5% more registered Republicans than Democrats in AZ... RealClearPolitics average polling for the U.S. Senate seat in Arizona has Democrat Kyrsten Sinema … Continue reading Arizona Senate Race – Polls Compared to Results – Fact Vs Fiction