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More partial numbers: Deutch gets 69.5 percent of Palm Beach County early vote

by George Bennett | April 13th, 2010

Ted Deutch got 69.5 percent of the early vote in Palm Beach County to 29.6 percent for Republican Ed Lynch in the special election to replace Robert Wexler.

Absentee and precinct numbers for Palm Beach County haven’t been posted. Palm Beach County is about 70 percent of congressional District 19.

Combined with partial results from Broward County, Deutch has about 63 percent of the vote to 35 percent for Lynch and the remainder for no-party candidate Jim McCormick.

Results are starting to trickle in, so keep visiting the PostOnPolitics blog and PalmBeachPost.com

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5 Responses to “More partial numbers: Deutch gets 69.5 percent of Palm Beach County early vote”

  1. Chuck Says:

    Mr Duesch already has a house in MD and Im sure he will take care of seniors as well as wexler. Fools may you get the government you vote for http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/04/13/AR2010041303067.html

  2. dave Says:

    They just dont get it here do they? The most anti Israel president, and Palm Bch and Broward just add to his regime. WAKE UP

  3. For the good of the movement Says:

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

  4. Bobby33 Says:

    If Lynch doesn’t win, that means that there are many people who really don’t understand what is happening to the Nation. Too bad for our Grandchildren…if it lasts that long.

    Any help to the Washington Democrats at this point is contributing to the Fall of Rome.

  5. Gett off it Says:

    Yikes. Do we really want to be Rome?
    I would have said the union, but whatever.

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