By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Here’s some tangible easy to understand data that clearly explains why Republicans will win and win big in November. Republican primary turnout has been huge.
We have to go back to 1930 to find numbers like these. That’s eighty years since Republican primary voters have outnumbered Democrat primary votes as we have seen thus far this cycle.
The edge in GOP turnout has not been by a few votes, it has been by enough votes to carry a presidential election.
The percentage of Republican primary votes increased by 22% over the 2006 primaries results. Republican’s increased their turnout in 30 of 35 states and set new records in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Florida. In Florida Marco Rubio who was in a senatorial primary against nobody (because Governor Charlie Crist dropped out months ago), drew 156,000 more votes than all of the … Continue Reading:The sound you hear is the tsunami of Republican votes building by the day