July 5, 2015
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Democrats and nonpartisans outpaced
Republicans in Nevada voter registrations in March.
The secretary of state's office says Democrats increased active
voters by 2,544 during the month, while 2,046 voters registered as
Republicans added 954 voters in March.
The latest registration figures released Tuesday show Democrats
with a nearly 49,000 voter registration advantage over Republicans.
Statewide, Democrats account for 41 percent of active voters.
Republicans make up 37 percent and nonpartisans, 16 percent.
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