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Republicans take LEAD in deep-blue Miami in early-voting midterm stunner - as Latinos dump Democrats in droves and push DeSantis towards emphatic victory in another dire sign for Biden

  • Republicans voters in Florida are using early voting in larger numbers than Democrats, including in the deep blue city of Miami 
  • It's a good sign for Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is seeking a second term 
  • Miami voting numbers also indicate Hispanics are coming out in droves for GOP
  • In Florida, 3.58 million registered voters have voted early overall, according to the United States Elections Project
  • And 44% of those have been Republican voters; 38% are  Democrats 
  • In Miami-Dade, nearly 27% of GOP voters had voted by Wednesday, compared to 21% of Democrats 
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Election Day is Nov. 8, and voting has already begun, with more than 7.5 million Americans casting early ballots for the midterm elections, according to the nonpartisan United States Election Project. A cursory look at the demographics of the early vote would cheer Democrats nervous about losing control of both the House and Senate this fall, since Democrats have cast an outsized majority of early (in-person and returned mail ballot) votes.

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In July, the inflation rate dropped by 0.6% from June, from a year-over-year Consumer Price Index (CPI) of 9.1% to 8.5%. Core inflation, which takes out highly volatile food and fuel costs to give a better sense of trends, was also slower than economists had expected. It only rose 0.3% in July, compared to 0.7% in June.

 
 
 

Good news for Americans is that average gas prices nationwide, which have fallen for 58 consecutive days, are almost back to $4 per gallon, after reaching a high of $5 per gallon in June.

 
 
 

Other major price drops occurred for airfares, apparel, hotel rooms, and used cars.

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17 minutes ago, Wildcat Will said:

It's hard work trying to teach the educationally deprived. Ingrained willful ignorance is a hurdle that is conquerable but it will take time and much expounding of facts.

Simplicity will become norm.

Another good one! 👍🫵 bought a thesaurus did ya?😂😂

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18 minutes ago, Wildcat Will said:

It's hard work trying to teach the educationally deprived. Ingrained willful ignorance is a hurdle that is conquerable but it will take time and much expounding of facts.

Simplicity will become norm.

People who insist how brilliant they are most often are compensating for other inadequacies.

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10 hours ago, Bormio said:

People who insist how brilliant they are most often are compensating for other inadequacies.

People who insist that anyone that knows more than them is dumb.

Expand your knowledge and stop making excuses.

There are those that know more than I do but you, you are not one of them.

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11 hours ago, Bormio said:

People who insist how brilliant they are most often are compensating for other inadequacies.

Haha. He acts like his dime store education and two-solar words impresses us in some way. Dude needs a refund like yesterday. Coming onto a high school football site and TRYING to act intelligent is completely retarded and guey. In addition, he needs to give us reparations personally due to our having our tax dollars stolen from us to finance this woke garbage bullshit. He and 66 are the indoctrinated epitome of what the so-called “education system” was/is trying to create. Bravo to these idiots. They overachieved lol. 

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4 hours ago, Blueliner said:

Haha. He acts like his dime store education and two-solar words impresses us in some way. Dude needs a refund like yesterday. Coming onto a high school football site and TRYING to act intelligent is completely retarded and guey. In addition, he needs to give us reparations personally due to our having our tax dollars stolen from us to finance this woke garbage bullshit. He and 66 are the indoctrinated epitome of what the so-called “education system” was/is trying to create. Bravo to these idiots. They overachieved lol. 

Only those with a lack of confidence thinks someone else thinks they are smart.

The smart person continues to be himself.

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Black and Latino voters are now turning to REPUBLICANS, new poll shows as top Democrats warn their party is considered to be just as extreme as the GOP - and don't care about the issues that Americans worry about most

  • Only 8 percent of black voters voted for Donald Trump in 2020 and only 8 percent supported GOP House candidates in 2018
  • But that number of black voters who say they will vote for a Republican House candidate has more than doubled to 17 percent 
  • Among Latino voters, Democrats hold a five-point lead, according to the new poll, shrunk from an 11-point lead back in August
  • Latino voters favored President Biden over Trump by 28 points in 2020 and favored Democratic House candidates over Republicans by 31 points in 2018 
  • The findings suggest waning support for Democrats as both black and Latino voters show high concern about inflation and the economy
  • A separate Journal poll found that white suburban women, a key swing demographic, were leaning back toward the GOP's favor this election cycle
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