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Broward County


Rev. Al Sharpton talks to voters who were at the polls early Saturday, October 27th, 2012, for the first day of early voting in the presidential race, at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, 111 NW First St, Miami Florida.


Marissa Davis, 18, and sister Mercy, 20, are all smiles at a polling site at the Model City Library in Brownsville. Their first time voting, both arrived at 6 a.m. to cast ballots for the Nov. 6 election for Obama.




Early voters fill out their ballots as they cast their vote in the presidential election on the first day of early voting, at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center on October 27, 2012 in Miami, Florida. Early voting in one of the important swing states is held for eight straight 12-hour days, leading up to the November 6 general election.

"Souls to the Polls"

The Rev. Randolph Bracy Jr., right, and other church leaders and members march down Kaley Street in Orlando on Sunday on their way to vote early. (Jacob Langston, Orlando Sentinel / October 28, 2012)

Dozens af marchers from various churches leave the New Hope Baptist Church on Sitsrunk Blvd., Sunday Oct. 28, 2012, en route to the African American Cultural Library to vote.

Volusia County


Congregations pushing 'Souls to the Polls' as crowds shatter early voting totals


Pinellas County


Florida's ex-governor, Charlie Crist, center, walks with others to a polling location in St. Petersburg on Sunday.


(Photo/Paul Mueller, Staff) Communities of faith marched down 1st Avenue North to the Pinellas County building where at the end, they cast their ballots as Election Day draws near.



Leon County





Hundreds of voters took advantage of early voting at the county courthouse on Sunday, October 28, 2012. Supervisor of Elections, Ion Sancho says it was the largest opening he's ever seen in Leon County.

Alachua County

Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks at Bo Diddley Plaza in Gainesville for Empowerment Sunday.

Florida 2008 Presidential election by county


Bonus - Polls are starting to turn in Obama's favor down here.

1 point race in Florida: O(49)/ R(48)
Pay attention to turn out in these counties Obama won in 2008: Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Osceola, Orange, Volusia, Flagler, Aluchua, Leon, Jefferson, Gasden, Hillsborough, and Pinellas.  This is where Obama's strongest support is.

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