Joe Biden and the Democrats may be in for another surprise on Election Night.
The plan the Democrats put in place to guarantee victory could blow up in their faces.
Voting began in these key swing states. You won’t believe what the results show.
Democrats thought that by expanding vote by mail in key swing states they could guarantee victory for Joe Biden.
States like Michigan began sending out absentee ballot requests to all voters in hopes that Democrats could swamp the polls with their low propensity voters.
But in the Industrial Midwest that strategy appears to be backfiring because Republican requests in Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin are running even with or ahead of the Democrats.
The Washington Examiner reported, “In Michigan as of Wednesday, just over 1 million ballots have been returned, 40% from registered Democrats, with the same from registered Republicans. In Wisconsin, 40% of the 711,855 returned ballots have been from Democrats, while 38% have come from Republicans. The GOP actually leads in Ohio, with 45% of 475,259 early ballot returns coming from Republicans, compared to 43% from registered Democrats. The preliminary data matches up with the requests by party affiliation for mail-in ballots.”
Even in states like Florida where the Democrats traditionally hold an edge top strategists are worried that this year there will be a gigantic divide on Democrats voting early and Republicans voting on Election Day.
The Washington Examiner also reported:
“There’s a big wave of Republicans coming. And frankly, that’s a data point that a lot of people tweeting about this fail to realize,” said Steve Schale, the head of the pro-Biden super PAC Unite the Country, regarding the numbers in Florida.
“The numbers are pretty staggering for us, and the return rates and the polling look good,” Schale said. “But there’s just a lot we don’t know.”
Unless Democrats run up a massive advantage on early voting that is above and beyond the lead Democrats normally rack up in early voting the Republican turnout on Election Day could keep Florida in the President’s column.
Susan Wiles who runs Trump’s campaign in Florida believes Election Day turnout will win Florida’s 29 Electoral College votes for the President.
“Voting in Florida is a marathon. And what you’re seeing is a bit of a sprint from the Democrats,” Wiles declared. “But we have far more high-propensity voters on our side. That should be noted in all the hype about the Democrats’ lead. We’re not finished. We’re turning our sights to early in-person voting and to Election Day.”
The Republicans continued to campaign during the pandemic and register new voters.
That hard work could be showing up in the early vote totals in key states which show Trump running stronger than expected.
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