October saw 2,965 Democrats using their computers to become voters, compared to 2,267 Republicans. More people (2,606) registered to vote with no party affiliation than Republicans
Democrats won victories in contests across the country Tuesday. Here is a sample:
Voters came out in droves. They braved the rain and the cold to send a message to President Trump. The results across the country represent nothing less than a stinging repudiation of Trump on the first anniversary of his election.
Democrats are projected to score a pair of major gubernatorial victories Tuesday, based on ABC News’ analysis of the exit poll and analysis of the vote, landing new governors in New Jersey and Virginia.
Republican former U.S. Rep. David Jolly doubled down Tuesday evening on his expressed wish that Democrats win the 2018 mid-term elections as a check on President Donald Trump, saying he hoped that so that “we may be safer as a nation.”
A proposed ballot initiative that would automatically restore some felons’ voting rights after they complete their sentences now has more than 210,000 confirmed petition signatures, according to the Florida Division of Elections.
Trump’s 2016 victory in Florida was by just 1.2 percentage points, so next year’s contest likely pitting one of his top allies — Gov. Rick Scott — against third-term Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson will send a clear signal
According to unofficial returns from the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections, Mayor Rick Kriseman leads former Mayor Rick Baker by just a few dozen votes. Each candidate earned just over 48 percent of the vote.
Indeed, just seven months into the Trump presidency, Republicans and right-leaning independents have begun to contemplate the possibility of an organized bid to take down the sitting president in 2020.