(Carson City, NV) — Nearly 9,500 Nevadan’s registered to vote in April, with Democrats adding 1,638 more voters than Republicans. The Secretary of State’s Elections Division reports that Republicans increased their number of active voters by 2,277 while Democrats increased active voters by 3,915. At the end of April, there were 392,050 active Republican voters and 428,774 active Democratic voters registered in Nevada. That’s far below 2008, when the Democratic margin over the GOP was 100,000 voters.
Registered nonpartisans increased their number of active voters by 2,485 in April, bringing the statewide total to 168,225. In all, active Nevada voters total 1,049,004, an increase of 9,464 from the previous month.
Democrats maintain a lead in three Clark County senatorial districts: Senate 5 with 40.6% to 37.5% for Republicans; in Senate 6 with 41.4% to 38.2%; and in Senate 9 with 39.6% to 35.3%.