For the First Time Republicans Swamp Democrats in Florida Early Voting


These are panic days for Democrat politicians and their hired guns. They are now playing defense in states that they had hoped to win. This impending disaster is more evident than ever in Florida.

Both Senator Marco Rubio and Governor Ron DeSantis are up against inept and out-of-touch political opponents.

Recent polling has shown that Rubio and DeSantis have a double-digit lead in their respective races. DeSantis appears to be on track to win the Miami-Dade Democrat stronghold, at least until the results are announced there by the Democrat stormtroopers. (I’ve probably popped onto the CISA watchlist for that comment because our government cannot have citizens criticizing election officials; see Leaked Documents show DHS, FBI, and Social Media Platforms worked together to stop debate on COVID and Hunter’s Laptop and Election Integrity).

Republicans sabotaged voter registration efforts in the months before the 2022 midterm elections. The extent of the problem is clearly shown in an article written by Florida Sun-Sentinel, which was published by the extreme anti-DeSantis. It stated that Florida Republicans registered 9 new voters for each 1 new Democrat.

The numbers are the topline: Florida has 5.28 Million registered Republicans for Nov. 8, an increase of over 86,376 compared to August’s registration.

There are 4.97 million Democrats in the state — only 9,380 more than those who registered to vote in August.

This means that there are more than nine new Republican voters for each new Democratic voter.

Now, 14.5 million voters are registered in the state, an increase of 21.5% over 11.9 million registered voters for 2012. Each party has seen its numbers increase over the past decade, but Republicans have grown much faster.

For the first time ever in Florida’s modern history, the number of registered Republicans outnumbered the number of registered Democrats.

Florida’s current Republican registration of 5.28 million is 24.3% higher than the 4.25 million in 2012.

Florida’s 4.97 Million Democrats are 3.96% more than 2012’s 4.78 Million.

Ten years ago, when Democrats last won a major statewide race in Florida, former President Barack Obama beat Republican Mitt Romney by 74.309 votes from more than 8,000,000 voters. That year, the then-U.S. Senator Bill Nelson, D.Fla., won by a bigger margin of 1.1million votes.

The Democrats held a 535987-voter advantage at statewide registration. The advantage is now at 305,950 for Republicans.

Even Politico, whose business model relies on spinning every possible event as a win by the Democrats, sees doom.

Evan Ross, a long-time South Florida-based Democratic consultant, stated that Ron DeSantis would win Miami-Dade County. “Democratic voters don’t seem at all excited about Charlie’s campaign. It will likely be close right now, but DeSantis is my favorite candidate.

Ross conducted polling in Miami-Dade County recently and found that around 15% of Democrats said they would not vote to elect Crist. Only 5% of Republicans said the same. DeSantis’ approval rating among Republicans in the county is +89%, while Crist’s approval ratings with Democrats are just +49. Although the gap between Democrats and Republicans is shrinking, Democrats continue to lead in Miami-Dade’s overall voter registration numbers, which range from more than 575,000 to over 435,000.

Ross stated that DeSantis’ aggressive campaign for Charlie Crist over the next two weeks would be the only thing that could give him a chance at becoming governor. “Translation: It’s over. It’s going to turn out ugly.”

This is not the only negative sign for Democrats in Miami–Dade County where almost 60% of voters are Hispanic.

Annette Taddeo, a Democrat, released an internal poll earlier this month that showed her beating Maria Elvira Salazar (Republican opponent) by 1 point in Miami-Dade County’s 27th Congressional District. However, DeSantis was up 6 points in the district. DeSantis lost this district by almost 8 points in 2018.

This is the Sun-Sentinel reporter’s opinion on early and mail-in voting in Florida.

It’s not only the decision of major Democratic donors and leftist interest groups to spend money in states that have a better chance than Florida.

As of Friday morning, Republicans lead Democrats in both the number of in-person early voting and mail ballots cast. Two hours earlier, the two parties were evenly divided; five days prior, Democrats led.

To have any chance of Democratic victories in the 2022 Florida elections, they must get more votes cast than Republicans. Republicans consistently have higher Election Day turnout.

The 2020 election was over and President Trump had won Florida by four points. Democrats held a 387,000-vote lead in early voting and mail voting.

This is how it appears today.

It’s safe to predict that Rubio and DeSantis will be re-elected. Only one question remains: How much blood has been shed in the Congressional races?