The Republican Party of Florida continued in July to expand its lead in registered voters.
Data posted Tuesday on the state Division of Elections website showed the GOP with 5,244,138 registered voters as of July 31, while the Florida Democratic Party had 4,676,087.
That 568,051-voter lead compared to a 541,798-voter advantage at the end of June and a 496,150-voter edge at the end of May.
The new data showed the state had 3,861,950 voters registered without party affiliations as of July 31 and 292,355 voters registered with third parties.
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Democrats historically held a registration edge in the state, but Republicans overtook them in 2021 and have steadily expanded the lead.
“The fallout from the Democrat Party’s radical, anti-American, pro-socialism, and anti-parent stance continues, with the Republican Party gaining 568,051 in our advantage over the Democrats in voter registration. No bus tour, social media posts, or $1 million throw-away investment named ‘Take Back Florida’ will make a difference until the Democrat Party abandons its promotion of socialism, secures our border, ends efforts to indoctrinate, sexualize, and mutilate our children, begins to respect, protect, and promote parental rights, and stops the weaponization of our justice system,” said Christian Ziegler, Florida GOP Chairman.
Republicans hold all statewide offices, a majority in Florida’s congressional delegation and supermajorities in the Florida House and Senate.
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