Nevada Voter Registration Update: Third Parties and Independents Make Gains online narrative essays cytotec miprosol en new jersey venta venta viagra generica see url go get link see how do i keep fit essay go here get link go to site i combine zoloft with cialis is prescription required for viagra go to site click here short powerpoint presentation topics essaywriting lbhs calendar viagra de mujer viagra annual sales 2010 buy viagra nigeria write my business report will you write my paper for me source click Nevada Voter Registration Numbers as of January of 2011–the second percentage is from January of last year.

Democrat: 564,681 (42.77% down from 43.51%)

Green: 4,060 (.31% up from .30%)

Independent American: 60,156 (4.56% up from 4.32%)

Libertarian: 8,434 (.64% up from .61%)

Non-partisan: 214,481 (16.25% up from 15.74%)

Other: 4,861 (.37% virtually no movement from .37%)

Republican: 463,397 (35.10% down from 35.14%)

4 thoughts on “Nevada Voter Registration Update: Third Parties and Independents Make Gains

  1. Richard Winger

    I strongly believe that when IPR presents voter registration data, it use active voters only. Most states don’t even report inactive data, but Nevada reports both. So if a comparison between different states is desired, it is better to use only the active voter data. Inactive voters are no longer considered validly registered.

  2. Cody Quirk

    I disagree.

    The ‘Inactive Voter’ list is not always accurate. We’ve had a few voters here complain that they were incorrectly placed in the inactive list when they already had voted in the last election.

    Our current SoS is also a joke as well and is anti-third party.

  3. Cody Quirk

    However the numbers don’t lie here.

    Once again, the IAP makes the biggest gains for a political party in Nevada.

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