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Matthew Isbell
The 2018 Florida Governor results by State House district, and which party one the district in the 2018 elections. Seven Republicans sit in districts Andrew Gillum won, while one Democrat sits in a seat Ron DeSantis won
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๐Ÿ—ฝJosh๐Ÿ—ฝ May 13
Replying to @mcimaps
This really shows you how well Gerrymandered this map is.
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Shannon Love May 13
Replying to @joshweierbach @mcimaps
I donโ€™t think we can chalk everything up to gerrymandering. Donโ€™t get me wrong- Iโ€™ve seen what some districts look like. But to ignore our inability to find better candidates to compete after a GOP majority for this long is a thing.
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Novo Democrats ๐ŸŒŠ May 13
Replying to @mcimaps
Rep. Henry in FL House District 26 lost re-election by 54 votes, less than one half of one percent. Unlike Republican precincts, several Democratic precincts in his district had unusually long lines and wait times for voters on Election Day.
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Anthony Close ๐Ÿ˜ May 13
Replying to @mcimaps
HD67... how many votes is that difference?
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Matthew Isbell May 13
Replying to @AnthonyClose
5!
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david m. wilson May 13
Replying to @mcimaps
Florida is trending hard right. Itโ€™s gone imho
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Matthew Isbell May 13
Replying to @davidmwilson2
hard right? Florida is barely trending anything. it leans slightly to the right of the national average. its always within a couple points - and it doesn't really care about wave years because it has little elasticity
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Scott Ketcher ๐Ÿ†˜๏ธ May 13
Replying to @mcimaps
With ~30k votes separating the two, Dems ought to have closer to half the seats instead of the ~60/40 split.
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Anti-Bloomberg account May 13
Replying to @mcimaps @JMilesColeman
Given up trying to understand florida politics
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