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Oct 01 2012

Democrat Registration Craters in Ohio, Florida

According to the polls the Obamunist media clobbers us over the head with at every opportunity, the Moonbat Messiah is going to win big in the key swing states Ohio and Florida. Yet:

Voter registration in the Buckeye State is down by 490,000 people from four years ago. Of that reduction, 44 percent is in Cleveland and surrounding Cuyahoga County, where Democrats outnumber Republicans more than two to one. …

Ohio is not alone. An August study by the left-leaning think tank Third Way showed that the Democratic voter registration decline in eight key swing states outnumbered the Republican decline by a 10-to-one ratio. In Florida, Democratic registration is down 4.9 percent, in Iowa down 9.5 percent. And in New Hampshire, it’s down down 19.7 percent.

This can be explained by a lack of enthusiasm for Obama, by Republican efforts to reduce fraud, and/or by the rise in the number of independents. In any case, the numbers do not correlate with the swing state polls that have doomsayers proclaiming the race to be over.

http://moonbattery.com/Florida-voter-registration
Something isn’t adding up here.

On a tip from Bob Roberts.

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  • Cindy “nergerdly” Nerger

    Obama he pay mah fone, he done feel mah EBT, buts he better coff up mo money or he aint gonna get mah nexts vote.

  • Sinister66
  • Gunny G

    The coming tsunami AGAINST Dumbo is gonna sweep him and the other pieces of shit OUT of the Augean Stables in Nov.

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  • wingmann

    This is disgusting:
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/01/military-ballot-requests-down-in-key-battleground-states/

    I think the military should allowed the FIRST to vote…WHERE EVER THEY ARE !!!

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  • bob

    Only dead lefties will vote in 2012.

  • dan

    I hope the Dems had fun bankrupting the nation…
    and I hope Teaparty Patriots finish sweeping
    RINO’s and Wardog NWO Corporatistas out with them

  • DavidD

    How does the number of registered voters go down from one year to the next? Once you’re registered, you’re registered. I mean all you have to do from one election to the next is to just keep your address up to date. I don’t get it; there’s something missing here.

  • ExAFCrewDog

    I clicked to comment and find DavidD said pretty much what I was thinking. Doesn’t a reduction in registrations indicate a lower primary voting turnout? I know some states require registration to vote for a party’s nominee to determine who runs against the opposing party’s nominee.

    If, for instance, BO’s supporters, knowing he’s unopposed, decided not to vote for any other candidates in the other races and just stayed at home, they’d show up as “unregistered.” I think.

    That doesn’t mean they won’t show up in November. And vote for the idiot again.

  • AC

    How does the number of registered voters go down from one year to the next? Once you’re registered, you’re registered. I mean all you have to do from one election to the next is to just keep your address up to date. I don’t get it; there’s something missing here.

    People get fed up with Washington and drop their party affiliations.

  • Tony in Texas

    To answer your question (if only in part): The offices of Sec. of State, or whatever agency is in charge of Voter Registration, must keep their records updated. Most states issue a new voter reg. card every two years. People move and their voter registration card is returned, people die, they move to a different county/precinct and don’t change their address, etc. etc. etc. And, as I said, states must keep the records current. Plus, don’t forget in a four year period, you have tens of thousands of people moving into large states and they have to register as a new citizen of that state as well. These are just a few reasons “why?” to try an answer your questions.

  • TED

    Some of them has faced the facts

    MITT is it…

  • TED
  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    Also, I have read somewhere that a thousand people per day move to Florida

  • Sinister66

    DavidD says:

    I was wondering the same thing. Also I dont get where the numbers in the graphic are coming from. According to The Florida division of Elections there are:

    4,173,177 registered republicans
    4,627,929 registered democrats
    2,782,261 registered as other

  • http://rebeluniv.blogspot.com Professor Hale

    Those look like new registrations. Obviously, every democrat already registered in 2008 and only a few new democrats were created that needed a new registration.

    Another answer is overwhelming number of fraudulent registrations in 2008.

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