I doubt that anyone here waited even one hour, but agreed it's kinda dumb to waste a gorgeous weekend afternoon standing in line... that same polling station is open 8am - 7:30pm on weekdays.Definitely should wait four hours or more for something as simple as voting. Makes perfect sense to me.
That's possible (though the stats show Dems slightly ahead for in-person voting, but not as many states report that info as they do for mail-in voting- graphs below), but Dems have a big lead lead overall. Over 29mil votes have been cast- the states that have thus far reported registration info for early voting (accounting for over 13mil votes) show Dems leading Reps by a 2:1 margin- this won't last and doesn't really mean anything as far as the election goes, but Reps are voting later in general- in-person shows D:R 674K:511K:id have to guess that more republicans are voting early in person than dems....as a response to the whole "mail in ballot fraud/issues" stories.
|No Party Affiliation||2,712,039||20.4|
|No Party Affiliation||318,278||21.1|
|Party||Returned Ballots||Freq. Distribution||Requested Ballots||Return Rate|
|No Party Affiliation||2,393,761||20.3||14,698,557||16.3|
The Florida Division of Elections reported 154,004 votes cast by Democrats, 153,743 by Republicans and 58,689 by no party and minor party voters at early voting locations as of Tuesday morning.