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U.S. Presidential Election Early Voting (2008)

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  • Early voting turnout numbers in Orange show GOP edge

     
    Republicans are showing up in stronger numbers than Democrats in early voting so far in Orange County. After the first week of early voting, Republicans outnumbered Democrats by 3,315 to 2,633. Another 662 third-party and unaffiliated voters showed up,...
  • Deadline for absentee ballot requests

     
    Wednesday is the deadline to request absentee ballots for Tuesday???s primaries and non-partisan elections. Voters don???t need a reason to vote absentee. To request an absentee ballot, voters can call or go online to the supervisor of elections office...
  • Primary day is Tuesday

     
    After enduring a summer of negative advertising on TV and in their mailboxes, voters who can still stomach the people who want to run local, state and national governments make their choices known on Tuesday. Or maybe they don???t. John......
  • Will Rick Scott get his 1.7 million voters?

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Naples millionaire Rick Scott's campaign has been betting the farm (or at least $50 million of his family's estate) that Florida voters will be driven to the polls with the same anti-incumbent zeal to oust career politicians as other...
  • Conflicting polls, defecting women, greet McCollum, Scott

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A day before Florida's most expensive Republican gubernatorial primary ever, two new polls are showing the race tightening as the relentless negative advertising barrage between Naples millionaire Rick Scott and Attorney General Bill...
  • When you vote tomorrow, look at the back of the ballots, too

     
    I just got off the phone with Lake County School Board member Kyleen Fischer, who's worried about how the design of this year's ballots might affect her re-election. In some parts of Lake, all the races are contained on a single page. But in others, one...
  • Election night live blog

     
    Random thoughts as results come in, with the latest posted at the top: 11:50 p.m. -- Just watched Republican governor nominee Rick Scott give his victory speech in Fort Lauderdale, to a roomful of people who looked like they were......
  • Did the rains wash away McCollum’s win?

     
    Former health-care executive Rick Scott clung to an early lead over Attorney General Bill McCollum Tuesday night in the race for the Republican nomination for governor, as the most-expensive primary – and one of the ugliest – in Florida history s...
  • An AWOL electorate

     
    Preliminary estimates of voter turnout in Florida's primary show that only about one in five registered voters bothered to cast ballots. Some elections officials blamed the rain, as if voters would be surprised by showers in Florida in the summertime....
  • Florida voters casting ballots early, often

     
    By Keith Laing, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — If votes in last month’s primaries had been cast only on Election Day, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink might be facing Attorney General Bill McCollum instead of Rick Scott. That&...
  • Rothenberg: Early voting makes next two weeks critical for candidates

     
    Political analyst Stu Rothenberg has a column this morning on CQ Politics about the importance of early voting, making the point that candidates really have only two more weeks to make their pitch to voters before many start casting ballots. (And in...