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After nailing primary numbers, Dem Chairman Siegel predicts ‘mid-60s’ for Deutch in Palm Beach County

by George Bennett | April 13th, 2010

Palm Beach County Democratic Chairman Mark Alan Siegel, who early on the night of the Feb. 2 Democratic primary forecast “upwards of 80 percent” for Ted Deutch (he got 85.2 percent), is predicting Deutch will get more than 60 percent of the vote in Palm Beach County in today’s special general election.

“The forecast is mid-60s….63, 64 something like that,” said Siegel, who based his forecast on Democratic turnout at key precincts in Palm Beach County. He predicted a slightly lower percentage for Deutch in Broward County, which is about 30 percent of congressional District 19.

Former U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler never got below 65.6 percent in a general election in the district. Wexler stepped down in January to head a Middle East think tank.

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One Response to “After nailing primary numbers, Dem Chairman Siegel predicts ‘mid-60s’ for Deutch in Palm Beach County”

  1. For the good of the movement Says:

    Mr. Lynch, please stand down. Do not run again in November. Put your house in order.

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