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Nearly 400,000 Floridians have already voted. And counting.

Here's the daily update on absentee-ballot voting so far by party. As we noted in previous posts on the matter, Republicans are still holding an edge in requests and returns. Voting in the I-4 corridor is still heavy (yesterday's blog here). Expect the totals to change in the Democrats' favor when early in-person voting starts Oct. 27 (story here on that).

Here's the vote tally:

Party  Voted  …..%
REP     174,595 45%
DEM     156,572 40%
IND       60,727 15%
Total     391,894  

Here are the outstanding requests:

Party  Requests  ….%
REP     768,661 41%
DEM     739,804 40%
IND     350,249 19%
Total  1,858,714  

Note: These numbers are from this morning, so by now the number of absentee ballots cast is sure to exceed 400,000.

And the top 10 counties (last column is Republican-Democrat):

  Total Rep Dem Ind ….R/D
PIN  47,540  19,279  19,317  8,944             (38)
HIL  32,100  12,828  13,897  5,375        (1,069)
DAD  30,567  13,642  11,775  5,150         1,867
ORA  24,986    9,561  11,428  3,997        (1,867)
SAR  21,343    9,253    8,895  3,195            358
VOL  13,799    6,461    4,976  2,362         1,485
POL  12,741    5,387    5,506  1,848           (119)
PAS  12,432    5,314    4,908  2,210            406
MRN  11,677    5,449    4,642  1,586            807
CLL  11,294    6,780    2,612  1,902         4,168

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