Vote-by-mail (VBM) requests currently stand at 2.6 million statewide – that’s a seven percent increase from the 2016 primary election.
The biggest growth in VBM requests have come from NPA/Other party affiliations. This group combines for an increase in 132,914 VBM requests. Democrat VBM requests have increased by 125,708, and Republicans are down 62,181 VBM requests.
The 2018 primary election could post record turnout when all ballots are counted, and early and VBM ballots could account for 70 percent of all returns.
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Get daily updates on how VBM voting is performing in races across Florida. The Florida Chamber’s Early Voting Dashboard provides the latest information on early voting performance statewide, in each county, and breaks it down by House, Senate and Congressional races.
2018 Election Center
Get the latest news and information on candidates, endorsements, Constitutional Amendments and more by visiting the Florida Chamber’s 2018 Election Center.