The Republican Party of Florida added to its registration advantage in October, topping Democrats by nearly 327,000 voters, according to data posted on the state Division of Elections website.
The data showed that Florida had 14,539,989 registered voters as of Oct. 31, including 5,297,121 Republicans and 4,970,554 Democrats.
The state also had 4,008,962 unaffiliated voters and 263,352 third-party voters.
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Democrats traditionally held a registration edge in the state, but they were overtaken last year by the GOP.
As of Oct. 8, the last day to register to vote in the November elections, Republicans led by about 306,000 voters.