The early voting is over….
It appears that early voting has been from heavily Democratic area’s*….
The Voting day is tomorrow Feb. 13…..
The Weather Forecast is for rain beginning late tonight going overnight turning to snow by around 7 am with the temperature climbing above freezing to about 36 degree’s…There will be gusting winds in the afternoon…Temperature drop back below freezing to to about 29 in the evening…..Total accumulations could be 5″-8″…..
*“We think that before Election Day, we will have a total between Queens and Nassau of about 75,000 to 77,000 votes, which is extraordinary for a special election,” Jay Jacobs, the New York State Democratic Committee Chairman, told NY1 at Suozzi’s Plainview campaign office.
He was referring to the unofficial vote tally made available by the Board of Elections, combining early voting totals from both Queens and Nassau Counties since last Saturday, Feb. 2. So far, just over 7,300 early votes have been cast in the Queens part of the district with the majority cast in Nassau.
“We also feel very good about the margin that we’re seeing of Democrats [who] are way outperforming Republicans right now, both in absentee and early voting both in Queens and in Nassau.”
The polls closed for early voting at 5 p.m. on Sunday, but they’ll reopen for voters on Election Day, Tuesday, Feb. 13….