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Election Results Through The Lens Of Volusia County Voters


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On the eastern edge of the I-4 Corridor, Volusia County used to be dependably democratic. But this year, Republicans outnumbered Democrats with unaffiliated voters not far behind.

Daytona Beach Columnist Mark Lane has worked at the paper for some 20 years and has been watching voters during the campaign season. He talked with 90.7’s Catherine Welch about what election results say about Volusia County voters.


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