Things are looking VERY GOOD for Hillary Clinton in Florida.
Florida Democrats increased their lead over Republicans in casting early ballots in what’s turning out to be the nation’s biggest political battleground Saturday morning as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump paid late-minute visits to Florida.
The Democrats’ lead of 7,280 ballots cast pales in comparison to their advantage of about 104,000 early and absentee votes four years ago, however the state’s voter rolls have shifted significantly and neither Republicans nor Democrats can lay claim to having a clear advantage.
“I think it’s trending well for HRC, but it’s definitely a toss up state,” Democratic consultant Steve Schale said via Twitter on Saturday.
Folks keep asking me to analyze various polls & gadgets. Here it is in one tweet:
It's tracking the right way. If D's GOTV, she wins FL.
— Steve Schale (@steveschale) November 5, 2016