The Republican Party of Florida held a nearly 384,000 registered-voter advantage over the Florida Democratic Party as of the end of December, according to numbers posted Wednesday on the state Division of Elections website.
The state had 5,312,122 registered Republicans and 4,928,168 registered Democrats. It also had 4,032,731 unaffiliated registered voters and 263,790 third-party voters.
Democrats historically held a registration edge, but Republicans overtook them in 2021.
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Leading up to the November 2022 election, Republicans held about a 306,000-voter advantage.
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