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  •  Polls just closed... (0+ / 0-)

    ... and not looking so great at the moment.

    Analysis below from ClearwaterMike over at the Tampa Trib.

    There are 94,765 registered voters in Pasco for this Special State House election. Of them, 10,744 voted early at the polls or by mail. That is a turnout of 11.34%. The Republican turnout is 14.40%, the Democrats turnout is 12.44% and the Independents turnout is 8.16%. At the moment, 337 more Republicans have voted early than the Democrats. Turnout in the Special Election today will be the key to victory.

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    As of 3 pm, today, there have been 7,370 Republicans vote, 6,138 Democrats vote, and 2,598 Independents vote in the Special State House election in Pasco County (www.pascovotes.com). There have been 1,232 more Republicans vote than Democrats. The turnout, so far, is 17.0%, of which the Republican turnout is 22.7%, the Democrats' 17.6%, and the Independents' 12.25%.

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    The 4 pm update: 7,729 R, 6,343 D, 2,701 have voted in Pasco. R advantage is now 1,386 over the D who have voted. That is an increase of 154 voters for the Rs in one hour. There are 3 hours left to vote

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