Paul Mitchell

Vice President of Political Data Inc, a bipartisan voter data firm; former Democratic political consultant

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Vice President of Political Data Inc, a bipartisan voter data firm; former Democratic political consultant

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LA County said this morning that it has counted more than 3.3 million ballots, with about 618,000 to go.

Local results analysis 2 days after the election

LA County said this morning that it has counted more than 3.3 million ballots, with about 618,000 to go.

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“Early votes aren’t reflective of the total vote,” says Paul Mitchell, vice president of Political Data Inc. “In the past, it was always the Republicans who were voting early.

Don’t celebrate too soon. Early votes don’t reflect the final election results

“Early votes aren’t reflective of the total vote,” says Paul Mitchell, vice president of Political Data Inc. “In the past, it was always the Republicans who were voting early.

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More than 5 million Californians have already cast ballots in the general election. That’s roughly 24% of all registered voters. And there are still 12 days to go.

California could set record voter turnout in 2020 election

More than 5 million Californians have already cast ballots in the general election. That’s roughly 24% of all registered voters. And there are still 12 days to go.

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