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AIF analysis shows Democrats are catching up in vote-by-mail requests — but will they vote?

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A detailed analysis of requests for mail-in ballots in Florida for the Nov. 8 general election shows Democrats are getting more proficient at getting their voters to request such ballots, but still trail Republicans, especially among “super voters.” The analysis, done by Associated Industries of Florida, finds that so far this election, 2.66 million mail ballots [formerly known as absentee] have been requested, with 1.12 million requested by registered Republicans, 1.02 million by registered Democrats, and the rest by independent…

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Must-read analysis of Charlie Crist vs. Marco Rubio:

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I urge you to read Jordan Raynor’s analysis of the Crist vs. Rubio race in which he applies his formula that using the Internet to drive message directly to voters, victory is now possible for candidates who don’t have big money to kick-start their campaigns, by following a “New 3M” model that looks like this: MESSAGE → MOMENTUM → MONEY: It was clear from the beginning that Charlie Crist would run a Traditional 3M style campaign as he had done…

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