FL

29

Electoral
College Votes

Opportunities

New Statewide Flip, with wins up & down the ballot

Florida is a perpetual battleground state and therefore a perpetual arms race. Wins and losses happen on razor-thin margins—the last six top-of-the-ticket races have been decided by less than 0.5 percentage points. 2020 was no different. Although Democratic outside spending flooded the state in the fall, it was arguably too little too late. In the end, Trump won the state by a margin of almost 400,000 votes, or, put another way, four times his 2016 margin. With openings in the Southwest and the South, like Arizona and Georgia, Florida is now an absolutely essential part of the Republican Electoral College path to the presidency since there are so few large red states left. But with the minimum wage ballot measure passing with 60% of the vote in Florida, as seen in other states, a progressive policy agenda can be won through ballot measures even while progressive candidates lose.

Read our 2020 Post-Election Interim Analysis as well as the original 2020 plan.

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High-Priority Counties

2020 Statewide Anticipated and Actual Results

Demographics

‡Based on WaPo 2018 Exit Polls; update pending 2020 voter file upload.

*Citizen Voting Age Population

FL-Feature

Partner Highlights

501c4 Organizations, Caucuses, and PACs

A small sampling of some of the visionary groups Way to Win is proud to support and partner with. If you’re interested in learning more about our full slate, or if you’re a member and would like to report funds moved to any of our groups, please contact hello@waytowin.us.

Candidate Highlights

A small sampling of bold leaders who won seats—and power—and can now push progressive policy.

Local Race

Monique Worrell

State Attorney-Orange

State, Hold

Anna Eskamani

HD-47

State Race

Omari Hardy

HD-88

Florida is a perpetual battleground state and therefore a perpetual arms race. Wins and losses happen on razor-thin margins—the last six top-of-the-ticket races have been decided by less than 0.5 percentage points. 2020 was no different. Although Democratic outside spending flooded the state in the fall, it was arguably too little too late. In the end, Trump won the state by a margin of almost 400,000 votes, or, put another way, four times his 2016 margin. With openings in the Southwest and the South, like Arizona and Georgia, Florida is now an absolutely essential part of the Republican Electoral College path to the presidency since there are so few large red states left. But with the minimum wage ballot measure passing with 60% of the vote in Florida, as seen in other states, a progressive policy agenda can be won through ballot measures even while progressive candidates lose.

Read our 2020 Post-Election Interim Analysis as well as the original 2020 plan.

members only | not a member? Learn More

Opportunities

New Statewide Flip, with wins up & down the ballot

High-Priority Counties

2020 Statewide Anticipated and Actual Results

Demographics

‡Based on WaPo 2018 Exit Polls; update pending 2020 voter file upload.

*Citizen Voting Age Population

FL-Feature

Partner Highlights

501c4 Organizations, Caucuses, and PACs

A small sampling of some of the visionary groups Way to Win is proud to support and partner with. If you’re interested in learning more about our full slate, or if you’re a member and would like to report funds moved to any of our groups, please contact hello@waytowin.us.

Candidate Highlights

A small sampling of bold leaders who won seats—and power—and can now push progressive policy.

Local Race

Monique Worrell

State Attorney - Orange

State Race, Protect

Anna Eskamani

HD-47

State Race

Omari Hardy

HD-88