The non-partisan Cook Political Report’s David Wasserman tweeted Tuesday afternoon that the landscape was ripe for more Democrat meddling in pushing voter deadlines back further into the night, as morning and afternoon poll watching comes up short for Democrats.
It's pretty apparent from precinct-level data in VA and county-level data in FL that Democrats have a turnout problem today – one that's unlikely to be solved in the next six hours.
— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) November 8, 2022
“Noon turnout reports in VA Beach – a majority of Rep. Elaine Luria’s (D) Toss Up #VA02 – show most heavily GOP precincts up to 55-60% of ’21 votes cast, vs. 40-45% in most non-white precincts,” Wasserman reported. “Total ballots cast skewing much more R than ’20 in many FL counties, esp. Miami-Dade.”
Even Democrat-friendly political consultants were sounding alarms over the early results, or lack thereof, for Democrat voter enthusiasm.
Now would be a good time for a freak out- turnout is not where it needs to be for Dems. Hoping to see some long lines tonight.
— Ben Tribbett (@notlarrysabato) November 8, 2022
“In recent years, R voters have generally enjoyed their largest turnout advantage in the first 2-3 hours of EDay voting,” Wasserman wrote. “So, it’s possible these gaps will narrow – and these are just two states.
“But, these are just large differentials for Dems to overcome in the next few hours.”
Democrats and their mainstream media allies are already prepping a narrative that a so-called red mirage will transpire, instead of a red wave, as late mail-in and absentee ballots, Democrats favored vote-scheming to open doors for election fraud, roll in as vote-count deadlines are delayed and stretched.
A "red mirage," or an artificial GOP vote lead, will likely reoccur Tuesday. https://t.co/tagIbNJscC
— ABC News (@ABC) November 7, 2022
“As early Election Day results come in on Tuesday, it will likely appear that a Republican candidates vying for any number of the federal or statewide races appear to be leading their Democratic opponents, even by large margins,” ABC News “reported”.
“Their leads will dwindle, or crumble completely, after perceived “dumps” of votes are recorded by state election officials who count mail-in and absentee ballots in the days — or even weeks — following Election Day.”
And that is totally fine, and the way modern elections are supposed to work, insisted the Biden regime, as Democrats scramble for ways to avert a midterm red wave that doesn’t involve actually running on issues that are of primary concern for voters.
⚠️ KJP: "We may not know all the winners of elections for a few days. That's how this is supposed to work."
— FreedomWorks (@FreedomWorks) November 7, 2022
“Maybe we should create a season like Advent or Lent where the actual day you vote kicks off the season and the authorities tell you who they picked – err, who you picked – sometime around December 25,” cracked Not the Bee. “We could even replace that old baby born in a manger with some festivities to Big Brother!”