New voter registration numbers have been reported in both California and Alaska. Third parties made gains in
In California: The percentages from April are listed first, then the new May numbers.
Democratic 44.57%, now 44.49%
Republican 30.79%, now 30.80%
American Independent 2.31%, now 2.34%
Green .66362%, now .66357%
Libertarian .506%, now .511%
Peace & Freedom .3325%, now .3333%
Reform .132%, now .140%
other unqualified parties besides Reform .559%, now .560%
independents 20.14%, now 20.17%
These numbers indicate that every partisan designation gained percentages except gained registrants except the Greens and Democrats. The biggest gains were made by the American Independent Party and by independent voters.
In Alaska: Percentages from May are listed first, more recent numbers from June are listed second
Alaskan Independence: 2.91%, now 2.93%
Democratic: 15.48%, now 15.45%
Libertarian: 1.915%, now 1.92%
Republican: 25.94%, now 25.93%
No-Party: 16.00%, now 16.00%
Undeclared: 36.30%, now 36.31%
Green: 0.49%, now 0.49%
Republican Moderate: 0.60%, now 0.60%
Veterans: 0.37%, now 0.36%
The Republican Moderate Party, Green Party, and No Party designations remained basically neutral. The Veterans Party and Republican Party lost small percentages. The Democratic Party lost the most registrants by percentage and number. Undeclared voters and the Libertarian Party made slight gains while the Alaskan Independence Party made the biggest gains by percentage.
New voter registration numbers from Nevada and New York are to follow.