Sat Oct 27, 2012, 11:06 PM
Tony_FLADEM (2,586 posts)
The final numbers in Florida have the Democrats at a 535,987 Registration advantage
Last edited Sat Oct 27, 2012, 11:15 PM - Edit history (3)
In 2008 the advantage was 657,775
In 2008 Obama won Florida by about 240,000 voters. Everything else being equal he can win Florida by about 100,000-120,000 votes. That''s all that counts. You don't get extra electoral votes for winning by larger margins.
In the final day they removed 3,906 Republicans and 5,306 Democrats from the voter rolls.
Voter Registration as of: 10/25/2012 Republican: 4,249,897 Democrat: 4,787,284 Other: 2,913,368
10/26 Rep: 4,245,991 Dem: 4,781,978
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Response to Tony_FLADEM (Original post)
Sat Oct 27, 2012, 11:15 PM
HooptieWagon (8,836 posts)
1. That is true.
It is true that repukes have closed the registration gap a bit. But a whole lot of first time registered Hispanics registered as Independent, I think most will end up voting for Obama.
Response to HooptieWagon (Reply #1)
Sat Oct 27, 2012, 11:20 PM
Justice4All1 (119 posts)
2. That's great news
Hopefully we can stop Fl turning pink.
When the rights of one man are threatened, the rights of all men are threatened ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Response to Justice4All1 (Reply #2)
Sun Oct 28, 2012, 12:37 PM
Orlandodem (1,035 posts)
3. FL is a purple state.
Legislature and gov = deep red
2008 we voted for Obama - blue
2000 we voted for Gore but the election was stolen by the Repuke SCOTUS! - Red
This state voted FOR class size amendments - blue
This state supports environmental protections - blue
The legislature is gerrymandered in favor of the Repukes - red, but if the FL Dem Party would figure out how a REAL Dem Party should work (see OH, NY, CA, NC, VA, IA, WI) then we could turn FL blue for good!!
There are some moderate to conservative states that have very good Democratic parties. Florida is not yet one of them. That better change - SOON!