Florida Republicans approach general election with 850,000+ lead

In the previously perceived presidential battleground state of Florida, state-level Republicans are heading into the 2024 presidential election cycle positioned nearly one million voters better than 2020.

According to county-level data compiled by Florida’s Voice, state Republicans hold a registration lead over Democrats of 854,318 as of March 4.

That leads contrasts from the last Division of Elections report earlier this year, which handed Republicans a lead of still under 800,000 as of late-2023.

“Our grassroots are keeping the pedal to the metal by registering more voters every day,” said Republican Party of Florida Chairman Evan Power. “Floridians continue to reject the radical left’s agenda and are helping us make Florida a more Republican state.”

What’s more is that for the first time in months, Republicans have gained voters since the prior official state registration report. Democrats did not, however, still losing a couple thousand voters from late last year.

Republicans, on the other hand, have gained a raw total of over 60,000 voters since the end of 2023.

‘Battleground’ no more? Florida Republicans approach general election with 850,000+ lead (flvoicenews.com)

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