Consider this recent article coming out today in the New York Times, "Five-Thirty Eight Blog" called 'In Florida Tampa is Essential to Romney's Election Hopes. The bubbles represent the largest percentages, "where the electorate lives". Hillsborough and Pinellas 18 percent. West Palm Beach takes 7 percent, Broward 9 percent, and Miami-Dade 10 percent. Volusia, also has a big chunk of the voters
Look at it another way. By which way the counties lean.
And where are all the "glitches" coming from?