There's a sense of worry among Palm Beach County Republicans. They're not just outnumbered 44-29 percent by Democrats. The Democrats are "cleaning our clocks" in both early and absentee ballots, according to a GOP email obtained by WPTV.
The Democrat-over-Republican spread: 54-27 percent as of yesterday morning. That's about 30,000 ballots. And there's a good chance that margin could be even bigger after another day of early voting.
The memo says, "The early and absentee turnout is starting to look more troubling."
It also says, "Even if Romney wins the state (likely based on polls), the turnout deficit in PBC will affect our local races."
At the Delray Beach early voting site, we saw a Democratic campaign operative, who was handing out sheets printed with the Democratic slate.
"Alright Democrats, you've got your cheat sheet here," said Robert Murstein, a Democratic party volunteer.
Murstein is carrying out his party's game plan.