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Early voting results.

Katzndogz

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GOP memo on early voting | Jamie Dupree's Washington Insider | www.wsbradio.com

COLORADO

* Republicans are leading Democrats in absentee ballot requests and early votes by over 10,000 voters.
* Republicans are outperforming voter registration by 2.13 points.
* Republicans won the first day of early voting in Colorado. In 2008, Republicans lost early voting by nearly 4 points.
* Republicans have made 1.5 million volunteer voter contacts in Colorado since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

FLORIDA

* Republicans are leading Democrats in absentee ballot requests by over 44,000 voters.
* Republicans are outperforming voter registration by 5.6 points.
* Democrats are underperforming their share of 2008 AB/EV votes cast by 5.01 percentage points, while the GOP is over-performing their share by 3.78 points. The result is a net swing of +8.78 percentage points for Republicans.
* Republicans have made over 5.7 million volunteer voter contacts in Florida since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

IOWA

* At this point in 2008, Democrats led by almost 24 points in early voting. Today they lead by 8.3 points, a 65 percent collapse in Democrat support. Almost 5,000 fewer Democrats have voted early this year than had done so at this time in 2008.
* Democrats are underperforming their share of 2008 AB/EV votes cast by 0.41 percentage points, while the GOP is over-performing their share by 1.23 points. The result is a net swing of +1.65 percentage points for Republicans.
* Republicans have made nearly 1.1 million volunteer voter contacts in Iowa since the AB/EV turnout program began in the state.

MICHIGAN

* AB/EV activity is down from 2008 in Democrat-leaning Washtenaw County (-5.05%).
* AB/EV activity is up in Republican-leaning Ottawa County (7.90%).
* Republicans have made over 1.8 million voter contacts in Michigan since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

NORTH CAROLINA

* Republicans are outperforming our voter registration in absentee requests and early votes by nearly 2 points.
* Democrats are underperforming their share of 2008 AB/EV votes cast by 3.31 percentage points, while the GOP is over-performing their share by 1.83 points. The result is a net swing of +5.14 percentage points for Republicans.
* Republicans have narrowed the gap with Democrats in One-Stop early voting by 10.51 percentage points compared to the same point in 2008. Republicans have seen 59% growth in early voter turnout compared to 2008, while Democrats have grown by less than 20%.
* Republicans have made nearly 2.2 million volunteer voter contacts in North Carolina since the AB/EV turnout program began in the state.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

* Republicans lead Democrats by over 5 points in absentee ballot requests in New Hampshire’s key towns.
* Republicans are outperforming our voter registration in absentee requests by 4 points.
* Republicans have made over 700,000 volunteer voter contacts in New Hampshire since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

NEVADA

* Republicans are outperforming our voter registration in absentee requests and early votes by 4 points.
* Democrats are underperforming their share of 2008 AB/EV votes cast by 2.11 percentage points, while the GOP is over-performing their share by 2.30 points. The result is a net swing of +4.41 percentage points for Republicans.
* In Clark County, Republicans have narrowed the gap with Democrats in early voting by 13.4 percentage points compared to the same point in 2008.
* Republicans have seen 62% growth in early voter turnout compared to this point in 2008, while Democrats have only seen 14% growth.
* Republicans have made over 1.3 million volunteer voter contacts in Nevada since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

OHIO

* Republicans are outperforming our share of voter registration in absentee requests and early votes by 8.73 points.
* Democrats are underperforming their share of 2008 AB/EV votes cast by 7.60 percentage points, while the GOP is over-performing their share by 5.94 points. The result is a net swing of +13.54 percentage points for Republicans.
* Republicans have closed the gap on Democrats’ historic absentee and early vote advantage for 15 of the past 16 days.
* Republicans have made almost 3.7 million volunteer voter contacts in Ohio since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

PENNSYLVANIA

* Republicans are leading Democrats by over 19,000 absentee requests.
* Republicans are outperforming our share of voter registration in absentee requests by nearly 12 points.
* Democrats are underperforming their share of 2008 AB/EV votes cast by 4.06 percentage points, while the GOP is over-performing their share by 2.10 points. The result is a net swing of +6.16 percentage points for Republicans.
* Republicans have madenearly 3 million volunteer voter contacts in Pennsylvania since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

VIRGINIA

* AB/EV activity is down from 2008 in the Democrat counties of Alexandria (-10.12%), Arlington (-13.38%), Fairfax (-6.03%).
* AB/EV activity is up in Republican-leaning Loudoun County (14.60%).
* Republicans have made more than 2.7 million volunteer voter contacts in Virginia since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.

WISCONSIN

* AB/EV activity is down from 2008 the Democrat counties of La Crosse (-19.25%) and Rock (-6.41%)
* AB/EV activity is up the Republican counties of Outagamie (12.06%) and Washington (26.14%).
* On the first day of in-person absentee voting, the Republican bastion of Waukesha County out-voted Dane County, a liberal Democrat stronghold and home to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, despite visits to Madison by high-profile Democrat surrogates and celebrities.
* Republicans have made over 2 million volunteer voter contacts in Wisconsin since the RNC’s AB/EV turnout program began nationwide.
 

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If Obama wins Ohio and one other battleground?

It's over.
 

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from your link...

Using this methodology, in 2012 Obama holds a 1.2% lead, or 11,600 votes, over Romney after one week of early voting in North Carolina.

With an 18.9 point lead at this point in 2008, Obama ultimately won 50.2% to 49.8%.
Obama's early voting lead is down 17.7% from 2008.

The FAIL, will be Obama's.
 

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The GOP is massively tuned to turn out in huge numbers. The Dums are dispirited, half heartedly supporting the worst president in American History. It's no contest.
 

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As I predicted, look at the states where the candidates are shifting resources and spending time in recently and in the near future...

Romney is hitting states that Barry thought were solid with cash and boots on the ground...

Barry is forced to spend time and (borrowed) cash in retaining these once believed "safe" states...

Romney can make an early night of it if PA or MI or WI go red...
 

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