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Florida Has Nearly 800k More Registered Republicans than Democrats

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Florida) recently announced that there are nearly 800,000 more registered Republicans in Florida than Democrats.

“When I was elected governor in November 2018, there were nearly 300,000 more registered Democrats than Republicans in Florida,” he said, announcing his presidential bid as a Republican in January. DeSantis, who declined, told X.

“Currently, Republicans have nearly 800,000 more registered voters than Democrats. That’s a net increase of more than 1 million people in just over five years,” he said, adding, “If we get results, the people will respond!” he added.

In fact, data from Florida elections — last time. Has been updated December 31, 2023 — There are 5,141,848 registered Republicans and 4,362,147 registered Democrats, a difference of 779,701 in favor of Republicans.

DeSantis initially announced that Republicans would overtake Democrats in November 2021 for the first time in Sunshine State history, and that the gap would only widen over the years.

As Breitbart News reported:

From that moment on, Republicans only expanded their lead, and by March 2022, just a few months later, they had over 100,000 more voters than Democrats. That number doubled to 200,000 in July, and by December 2022, the number was around 350,000. By February 2023, Republicans outnumbered Democrats in registered voters by 400,000, and that number had ballooned to 680,030. As of October 31, 2023, there are 5,153,695 Republican voters and 4,473,665 Democratic voters.

Breitbart News spoke to the Republican National Committee (RNC) about this phenomenon in December, which revealed that Republican voter registration in the Sunshine State has nearly doubled in 2023. Additionally, the number of nonpartisan (NPA) voters in Florida decreased by 413,763 over the year. The RNC said many of these individuals have become Republicans.

Additionally, the RNC said Republicans are seeing “historic voter registration increases” in key battleground states such as Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.