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New registered voter data in battleground states


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PA: https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2020/10/09/republicans-gain-statewide-and-locally-in-voter-registration/

"When you dig into the numbers, one thing is clear in this state: in the last four years, the number of registered Democrats has dropped by nearly 50,000, while Republicans have picked up 150,000 registered voters statewide."

 

"In North Carolina, Republicans added a net 83,785 voters between this March's presidential primary and the final week of September, while Democrats added 38,137 and other voters jumped 100,256. During the same period in 2016, Republicans added 54,157 registrants, Democrats added 38,931 and others 140,868. In 2016, Trump carried North Carolina by 173,315 votes."

 

"But privately, several Democratic strategists are deeply disturbed by their party's failure to keep pace with its registration successes in 2016 and fault the Biden campaign's lack of in-person outreach for the lag."

 

Some fantastic signs. 

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Worth considering that a lot of people on the left (in particular, young people on the left) are eschewing being a member of a party, but still largely voting for Democrats.

 

But yes, Democrats should have done a better job of trying to (safely) register people to vote

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Just now, Defiant said:

Worth considering that a lot of people on the left (in particular, young people on the left) are eschewing being a member of a party, but still largely voting for Democrats.

 

But yes, Democrats should have done a better job of trying to (safely) register people to vote

"When you dig into the numbers, one thing is clear in this state: in the last four years, the number of registered Democrats has dropped by nearly 50,000, while Republicans have picked up 150,000 registered voters statewide."

 

This is damning for PA. The Florida numbers I would need to see more data though.  

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