DAILYKENN.com -- A massive voter turnout was predicted to spell gloom and doom for Republicans. Polling data, however, indicates the opposite to be true: Massive voter turnout is painting the electoral landscape red.
Dataorbital.com reports that the Republican ballot advantage is far ahead of 2016 in Arizona. Two years ago the GOP in that state held a 6.4 percent advantage at this point prior to the election. In 2018 the GOP advantage is 9.4 percent.
Republicans hold the lead in early voting by 63,537 as of Oct. 1, 2018, according to fleporblog. The lead grows daily the report says. In 2016 Democrats led in early voting by 96,450 votes. The disparity between 2016 and 2018 is 159,987 votes for Republicans.
FL EV update 722am 11/1 --- R lead continues to grow, now at 63537, I expect R lead to go down to about 0 before the end of Sunday if '16 is a guide. For reference, Ds had a lead of 96k in EV in '16 yet Trump won by 113k. Rs will win this year too. pic.twitter.com/pzrSSx1VI3— au ng (@athein1) November 1, 2018
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