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tallyED Voter Scoring System: Defined

With two simple, publicly available data points, tallyED creates a 'voter score' for all registered Florida voters. The first data point — registration date — is the date the voter registered to vote in Florida. The second data point — or series of data points — is the voter history information, which is a record of each time a Florida voter casts their ...


tallyED Analysts Discover Florida Voter Voted Twice in 2020 Primary Election

tallyED.com’s research analysts sift through voter data, voter history data, Vote-By-Mail data, Early Voting data, Election Day data and our own polling data on a daily basis. Data is the lifeblood of tallyED.com, and the foundation to provide an unbiased approach to evaluating current and upcoming races of interest. When an anomaly occurs, our analysts throw the red challenge ...


Florida General Election Vote-By-Mail Numbers - First Look!

The Florida Division of Elections released the first statewide and county vote-by-mail files for the 2020 General Election this week. The eye-popping 726,980 vote-by-mail request lead the Florida Democrats have over Florida Republicans is significant. (This data is taken from the 11:31AM statewide file that included 66 of the 67 counties in Florida – Calhoun County did not report a ...


What is tallyED.com?

The tallyED.com platform's mission is to provide voter education by organizing what candidates will appear on upcoming election ballots at each level of government: local, state and federal. tallyED.com provides a poll for each office up for election based on the user's split precinct where he/she is registered to ...


tallyED.com Blog Launch!

The “Biggest Election in History,” as candidates and political pundits say about the upcoming 2020 General Election, is 8 weeks away — 56 days! Here at tallyED.com, we are ramping up our data analysis and releasing new tools for candidates and voters in Florida to be prepared and educated for what is ahead. Our team’s daily internal conversations about anomalies ...