Clinton Drops A Bomb On Trump As Democrats Are Dominating Early Voting

During a conference call with reporters, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robbie Mook said Nevada, North Carolina, and Florida could be decided before election day.

Mook mentioned a few key data points:


– Record numbers of people are voting by mail in Florida. 2.7 million have requested ballots compared to 1.8 million in 2012. Democrats are winning the vote by mail requests. Hispanic vote by mail requests are up 77%, and Asian voters are up 80%.

– Twice as many Democrats voting in person in Iowa. Three times as many Democrats are returning ballots.

– Ohio 950,000 voter absentee applications received. One of every six from Democratic Cuyahoga County.

– Big spike in early voting in the Democratic stronghold of Northern Virginia

– Democratic turnout very high in Democratic counties in Wisconsin.

Democrats have seen this movie before. President Obama led in early voting in Florida in both 2008 and 2012. Obama led in early voting when Democrats won North Carolina in 2012.

The Clinton campaign is doing so well in early voting that they think they could have Florida and North Carolina decided before election day.

Donald Trump’s decision not build and early voting and get out the vote ground operation can be seen in the early voting numbers. Democrats could run away with Florida because Trump was too arrogant to build a real presidential campaign.

There are still debate hurdles to conquer, but the early numbers suggest that so far the election is going exactly as planned for the Hillary Clinton campaign.