Republicans Crushing Democrats in Florida Voter Registration Race In Runup to November Election

JACKSONVILLE, FL – AUGUST 03: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump makes his entrance during a rally at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena on August 3, 2016 in Jacksonville, Florida. Trump has had to answer concerns from inside the Republican party that his campaign is in disarray. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)

Republicans are dominating Democrats in voter registration totals in the state of Florida, easily outpacing the opposition in the months leading up to the 2020 election. The Republican Party had added a total of 476,000 Republican affiliated voters since the 2016 election, far more than the 333,000 that the Democrats added in the state.

In voter registration totals since the end of August, Republicans have more than doubled the total of new Democratic voters, adding 25,000 registered Republicans to 11,000 registered Democrats.

The groundswell of new Republican voters could spell for a massive turnout of silent majority Trump supporters at polling places on election day. The Chairman of the Florida Republican Party, Joe Gruters, has touted what he describes as a clear victory for the GOP in the state, saying that “we’ve won the voter registration war.” Democrats had previously pledged to add 1 million new registered Democrat voters after the 2016 election, a pledge that will go unfulfilled.

As corporate media outlets push questionable polls showing massive Biden leads in critical swing states, it appears that verified voter information statistics are presenting a very different story. Republicans have considerably increased their share of registered voters in the critical swing state of Pennsylvania, adding more than 135,000 new voters in comparison to Democrats in a state that was decided by just under 45,000 votes in Donald Trump’s favor in 2016.

A silent majority may be brewing in support of President Trump’s re-election.

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