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Jeff Greene lost own precinct 2-to-1 in Democratic Senate primary

by George Bennett | August 27th, 2010

Election wonks take note! The new precinct-by-precinct voting totals for Palm Beach County are available on the county elections website.

One nugget: Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene lost his precinct 2-to-1 to Kendrick Meek in the Democratic Senate primary. That’s not a ratio of 2-to-1. It was literally 2 votes for Meek and one for Greene, presumably his own. Greene’s wife isn’t registered in Palm Beach County.

Only 26 Democrats are registered in Greene’s precinct, compared to 84 Republicans. Marco Rubio carried the precinct 26-0 in the GOP Senate primary.

Another tidbit: Greene’s mother’s Century Village precinct was more competitive. Meek won it 115 votes to 107.

Meek carried Palm Beach County with 64.4 percent. He got 57.6 percent statewide.

4 Responses to “Jeff Greene lost own precinct 2-to-1 in Democratic Senate primary”

  1. Metal Rules Says:

    As a Republican I’ll have to support Meeks before I support Rubio. I don’t want a condo commando wanna be repping me in the senate.

  2. Carol Says:

    What about the areas where Commissioner Aaronson, Wexler, Deutch and crew made calls to lie about Pete to say he was against jews because Rader was loosing..this is the lowest of the lows…SICK.


  3. Margie Says:

    Pete was so much better. I am going to sit this one out. I am done. Between Deutch being a puppet, Wexler “resigning” and Slosberg joining the Mickey Mouse club again….I am done with the Democrats. I am not a Republican and I am not voting for Charlie…..

    I am staying home

  4. True Blue Says:

    Jeff, no ground game – no win.

    You got, and took, some bad advice.

    Throw Brett under the bus.

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