by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
Over one million Republicans have voted early in battleground Florida, according to data from the Florida Division of Elections.
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What I saw with my own eyes today totally exposed the desperate lie of the Liberal media that Joe Biden is ahead in Florida, the truth is Joe Biden is getting pounded in the Sunshine State. When I went to the early voting location this afternoon in St. Johns County here in NE Florida, there air was crackling with excitement, and all of it for Trump. There was a Trump tent setup outside, representatives for Joe Biden were simply 2 elderly women holding signs with no one stopping to speak with them. The Trump area was a beehive of activity, Trump stickers on all the vehicles coming in and out, it was like 2016 only at twice the energy. That’s the truth of what’s happening here in the battleground state of Florida.
Joe Biden is losing, and losing quite badly, he is speaking gibberish on the campaign trail, and the façade is about to burst wide open like a soap bubble in the sunlight. So whatever state you live in, if you have early voting, get out there and vote in person. Do it now, Nancy Pelosi just might try to cancel the November 3rd elections. Get out there now and vote, the ballot this year is Trump or tyranny, choose which one you want.
Over 1 Million Republicans Have Voted Early in Battleground Florida, And Trump Excitement Is Everywhere
FROM BREITBART NEWS: All 67 counties in Florida now offer early in-person voting, and while Democrats have, thus far, held an advantage in overall voter turnout in the Sunshine State, Republicans are narrowing the gap day by day.
According to Monday’s data, 1,020,877 Republicans cast their ballots early, compared to 766,794 Democrats who have done the same. This gives the GOP a 254,083 advantage in early voting alone. While it is true that Florida Democrats hold an overall advantage due to an increase in absentee voting — 1.8 million to the GOP’s 1.2 million — Republicans have gained on that lead by outpacing Democrats in early voting.
Democrats held a 486,797 overall voter turnout advantage on October 21. On Monday, Republicans narrowed the gap to 354,654.
The update comes on the heels of the GOP narrowing the voter registration gap in the Sunshine State. Following year-long efforts by Republicans in Florida, including Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), the GOP reduced the Democrats’ lead to just over 134,000 registered voters. That reflects the slimmest lead Democrats have held over Republicans in terms of voter registration in the state’s history. Overall, the trajectory has appeared to bode well for the GOP.
As of Monday, over 6 million voters, overall, had cast their ballots in Florida, whether by mail or by voting early. READ MORE