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Exclusive Report on the Miami-Dade Mayoral Election!  
20110614

Christian Family Coalition (CFC) voter twice as likely to vote   in Miami-Dade Mayoral Elections than average Miami-Dade voter!

MIAMI-Today, the Christian Family Coalition (CFC), Florida's largest human rights and social advocacy organization, released an exclusive and comprehensive report on the turnout of Christian Family Coalition voters based upon the results of the Miami-Dade County Mayoral Elections on May 24th. 

The report was prepared by matching the Christian Family Coalition (CFC) voter file with Miami-Dade County's voter rolls to determine which CFC voter cast a ballot, i.e., absentee, early voting, or on the last day of voting May 24th, during last month's Miami-Dade County Mayoral Elections.

Below, bar charts compare voter participation & turnout of the average Miami-Dade voter vs. the Christian Family Coalition voter:

The Christian Family Coalition voter is more likely, than the average Miami-Dade County voter, (15.1% vs. 9.6%) to receive an absentee ballot in their home in every election, by a margin of +5.5%.

 
Once again, we see that not only is the Christian Family Coalition voter more likely, than the average Miami-Dade County voter,  to receive an absentee ballot in their home in every election, they are also more likely to return their absentee ballot (72.4% vs. 63.5%) by a margin of +8.9%.
 
The Christian Family Coalition (CFC) voter is more likely, than the average Miami-Dade County voter, (5.1% vs. 3.0%) to vote early, by a margin of +2.1%.
 
Finally, the Christian Family Coalition (CFC) voter is more likely, than the average Miami-Dade County voter, (12.3% vs. 7.0%) to vote on the last day of the election, May 24th, by a margin of +5.3%.
 

"This report clearly and empirically demonstrates for the first time ever, that the CFC is voter is, by a nearly 2-1 margin, more motivated to vote in a local election than the average Miami-Dade County voter.  Neither candidate for Miami-Dade Mayor can afford to ignore this powerful voting bloc, for if they do so, it will be at their own political peril" concluded Anthony Verdugo, Founder and Executive Director, Christian Family Coalition.
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