Democrats Outpace Republicans In Voter Registration Efforts Since May 23

CARSON CITY – Democrats have registered more than twice as many voters than Republicans since the close of voter registration on May 22 for the primary election, the Secretary of State’s Elections Division reported today.

Since May 23, Democrats have registered 9,849 active voters, while Republicans have registered 4,651 active voters. Active registered nonpartisans increased by 4,462 during the same time period. Of the 1,078,951 active registrants statewide, which is an increase of 20,143 since the close of registration on May 22, 41.05 percent (442,945) are Democrats, 36.96 percent (398,766) are Republicans, and 16.26 percent (175,420) are nonpartisans.

The latest voter registration breakdowns by county, party, age, and district are available on the Secretary of State’s website.