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All Voting Is Local Says NPA and Aisle Crossers Will Decide Election

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Florida Democrats have cast 100,000 more ballots than Republicans but that gap is expected to shrink on Election Day. Samuel Santiago is the Florida Campaign Manager for All Voting is local. He expects the total number of ballots between the two major parties to be close and believes the election will be decided by those who aren’t registered to either party.

"We actually expect that this election will be decided by aisle crossers, Republicans who vote for Biden or Democrats who vote for Trump, as well as independent or NPA votes," said Santiago. "We’ve seen interesting margin particularly suggesting that Joe Biden has a lead with NPA votes as well as aisle crossers."

Democrats have a large advantage in mail-in ballots as opposed to Republicans who have done the majority of in-person voting.

Blaise Gainey is a State Government Reporter for WFSU News. Blaise hails from Windermere, Florida. He graduated from The School of Journalism at the Florida A&M University. He formerly worked for The Florida Channel, WTXL-TV, and before graduating interned with WFSU News. He is excited to return to the newsroom. In his spare time he enjoys watching sports, Netflix, outdoor activities and anything involving his daughter.