(HorizonPost.com) – Since the 2020 election, there have been some shifts in voter registration in four key states that could impact the 2024 election, the Washington Examiner reported.
In Arizona, the Republican Party has lost registered voters since the 2020 election, dropping from 1,508,778 registered Republicans in 2020 to only 1,445,127 as of July. Democrat registration has also fallen from 1,378,324 in 2020 to only 1,260,659. Meanwhile, the “other” category in Arizona has overtaken the Republican Party in the total number of registered voters.
In Florida, the story is radically different.
As of September 2020, registered Democrats outnumbered registered Republicans in the Sunshine State by 97,215, with 5,315,954 registered Democrats to the GOP’s 5,218,739.
As of the end of September, however, the Republican Party has surged ahead of the Democrats by 626,518, with 5,183,078 registered Republicans and only 4,556,560 registered Democrats.
In Nevada, both Republicans and Democrats lost registered voters between 2020 and 2023.
In 2020, Democrats held a 109,031 advantage over Republicans with 762,460 registered Democrats to 653,429 registered Republicans.
As of October 1, 2023, the number of registered Democrats in Nevada dropped to 706,922 while the number of registered Republicans dropped to 637,193, shrinking the Democrat advantage to only 69,729.
Likewise, Pennsylvania lost registered voters from both parties as well, but the loss among registered Republicans wasn’t as great.
In 2020, registered Democrats outnumbered registered Republicans by 685,818, with 4,228,888 registered Democrats to the GOP’s 3,543,070.
As of last week, the Democrat advantage dropped to 445,890 with 3,897,179 registered Democrats to the GOP’s 3,451,289.
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