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(CNN) Republicans in Florida's most populous county, Miami-Dade, are turning out to vote at a somewhat higher percentage than Democrats -- causing uneasiness among some Democratic operatives.
Nearly 63% of the 428,000 registered Republicans in the county have voted so far, whereas about 56% of the county's 634,000 registered Democrats have voted to date, according to state data.
About 225,000 people with no party affiliation have also already voted in the county.
While more Democrats than Republicans have voted overall in Miami-Dade, the county is seen by Democrats as a region former Vice President Joe Biden must win by wide margins in order to offset voting in the state's predominantly red regions.
Steve Schale, a veteran Democratic Florida strategist who runs a pro-Biden PAC, said, "I'd love to see Dade County jump up this weekend and I'll feel better if it does."

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