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Democrats Boost Lead in Florida Early Voting

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People watch as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets people outside an early voting center in West Miami, Fla.,Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

By    |   Monday, 07 Nov 2016 09:09 PM

Democrats turned out in droves Sunday to push even further ahead of Republicans in Florida early voting, Politico reports.

African-American and Latino voters helped Democrats tripled their lead over Republicans by 88,000 ballots, according to Politico. The push came thanks to just two counties: Miami-Dade and Broward, where 100,000 showed up to vote.

That made up 39 percent of the total ballots cast in 16 counties that allowed voters to cast their early ballots as late as Sunday.

Republicans are faring better in the Naples-Fort Myers area, leading by 107,000 ballots. They also are ahead in Jacksonville by 78,000; Pensacola by 68,000; Panama City by 19,000; Orlando by 10,000 and Tampa by 44,000.

Democrats lead in West Palm Beach by 48,000, Tallahassee by 30,000, and Gainesville by 17,000.

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Democrats turned out in droves Sunday to push even further ahead of Republicans in Florida early voting, Politico reports.
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