DanoftheCommunity: I noticed in another thread line and from an article today that likely 100 or so voters changed their affiliations recently. 100 doesn't sound like much but I was curious and went back in my old county on-line election archives and the Secretary of State as far as they went to 1994. Then I just looked at contested primary races at the legislative and county levels. From 1994 through 2012 I came up with 65 contested races. Eight of them were decided by less than a 100 vote difference between the winner and loser (and don't even mention close city elections to me). That works out to be about 12% of the total or about 1 in 8 elections.
DFO: Unaffiliated voters, of course, can sign up for the partisan races through Election Day.
Question: Do you think 100 crossover voters is significant/insignificant?