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    http://www.ballot-access.org/2008/02...ration-data-3/

    New California Registration Data
    February 2nd, 2008
    On February 1, the California Secretary of State released new registration data. The new tally is as of January 22, 2008, the deadline for the February 5 presidential primary.

    Comparing the new percentages for each political party to the last tally (the last tally was as of December 7, 2007), all political parties declined, except for the Democratic and American Independent (Constitution) Parties.

    The new percentages are: Democratic 42.95%, Republican 33.28%, American Independent 2.09%, Green .81%, Libertarian .51%, Peace & Freedom .36%, Reform .17%, independents and other parties 19.82%

    The old percentages were: Democratic 42.66%, Republican 33.55%, American Independent 2.07%, Green .86%, Libertarian .53%, Peace & Freedom .37%, Reform .19%, independents and other parties 19.77%.

    The Reform Party is not ballot-qualified, but since it has asked the Secretary of State to tally its registrants, the figures for it are known.

    The March 1, 2008 paper edition of Ballot Access News will carry registration data for all the states that have registration by party. This will be the first new data for the whole nation since BANís January 1, 2007 issue.
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    The Dems have always had an advantage over the last fifty years, yet Republicans can win with the right candidate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primbs View Post
    The Dems have always had an advantage over the last fifty years, yet Republicans can win with the right candidate.
    The reason why is Democrats don't vote in the high numbers that Republicans do. In Washington, people who identify as Republicans are outnumbered 2:1, yet we lost the last Governor's election because they allowed in ~3600 new ballots in on the third count.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley in DC View Post

    The new percentages are: Democratic 42.95%, Republican 33.28%, American Independent 2.09%, Green .81%, Libertarian .51%, Peace & Freedom .36%, Reform .17%, independents and other parties 19.82%

    The old percentages were: Democratic 42.66%, Republican 33.55%, American Independent 2.07%, Green .86%, Libertarian .53%, Peace & Freedom .37%, Reform .19%, independents and other parties 19.77%.
    Republicans: 33.55% to 33.28% -- a small drop

    Libertarians: 0.53% to 0.51% -- I guess they just want to cheer on Ron Paul from the sidelines, and not vote for him in the primary after all.

    I'm in the 0.02% -- I changed my registration from LP to Republican last July 4th, to vote for Ron Paul.
    Rand Paul is in the top 1% of US Senators.



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