New Registration Data for the United States

Ballot Access News The new national registration totals for the United States, in the 32 jurisdictions in which the voter registration form asks the applicant to choose a party, are: Democratic 44,706,349 (40.30%) Republican 32,807,417 (29.57%) independent & misc. 30,818,334 (27.78%) Libertarian 511,277 (.46%) Green 258,683 (.23%) Constitution 97,893 (.09%) Working Families 52,748 (.05%) Reform …

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New Oregon Registration Data

Ballot Access News Earlier this month, the Oregon Secretary of State posted registration data for June. Here are the percentages: Democratic 37.08%; Republican 27.04%; Independent Party 4.59%; Libertarian .72%; Working Families .40%; Green .39%; Constitution .14%; Progressive .07%; independent and miscellaneous 29.57%. In November 2016, the percentages were: Democratic 38.45%; Republican 27.86%; Independent Party 4.64%; Libertarian .74%; …

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New Delaware Registration Data

Ballot Access News The July 1, 2017 registration totals for Delaware can be seen at this link. The percentages: Democratic 47.29%; Republican 28.00%; Independent Party .83%; Libertarian .23%; Green .12%; American Delta .11%; Working Families .06%; Constitution .04%; Reform .01%; independent and miscellaneous 23.31%. The percentages in November 2016 were: Delaware 47.49%; Republican 28.03%; Independent Party …

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Updated New York Registration Data

Ballot Access News As of July 20, 2017, here is the New York registration data: Democratic 5,757,022; Republican 2,683,161; Independence 441,472; Conservative 146,278; Working Families 41,706; Green 26,138; Libertarian 6,463; Women’s Equality 3,186; Reform 1,473; other and independent 2,404,570. The new percentages are: Democratic 50.01%; Republican 23.31%; Independence 3.84%; Conservative 1.27%; Working Families .36%; Green …

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Working Families Party’s Nominations Process for New York City Mayor Will be Challenged

Ballot Access News New York state election law generally lets state party organizations file paperwork that permits members of other parties to enter that party’s primary. But the law explicitly says that for the three citywide offices in New York city, including Mayor, the paperwork must be filed by officers of the New York city …

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Election Results in Two New York State Special Legislative Elections

Ballot Access News On May 23, New York held special elections to fill vacancies in the 30th State Senate district in Manhattan, and the 9th Assembly district on Long Island. The results are here. To see the Assembly election, toggle out of “Senate”. For the State Senate race in Manhattan, the results by party are: …

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New York State Amends Certified Vote Totals from November 2016 Election

Ballot Access News On December 22, the New York State Board of Elections revised its official election returns. The Board had posted “Original certified results” on December 8, which suggests the state had determined the official figures. But on December 22, the Board posted revised figures. Hillary Clinton gained 56,371 votes over the earlier figure; …

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2016 Compilation Of Recent State Voter Registration Data From Ballot Access News

A compilation of recent BAN articles showing voter registration data and statistics from various states from November and last month, as listed in descending alphabetical order-   New Alaska Registration Data On November 3, Alaska Division of Elections released current registration data. Percentages are: independent and miscellaneous 52.62%; Republican 27.20%; Democratic 14.85%; Alaskan Independence 3.29%; …

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Working Families Party Endorses Bernie Sanders

From Mark Wachtler at Opposition News: For years, the Working Families Party has swayed between an opposition political party and an establishment political organization. At first glance, those efforts seem to contradict each other. But their strategy has paid off in recent years and they are applying it once again in the 2016 Presidential race. …

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