Latest Voter Registration Numbers For California

The latest report on registration by party in California is out and the winners are: Independents, unqualified parties, the Constitution Party of California, the Peace & Freedom Party, and the American Independent Party. All of those groups made gains, however small. The Democratic Party, Republican Party, Libertarian Party, Green Party, and Americans Elect all declined.

Democrats declined from 43.63% to 43.49%. Republicans declined from 30.36% to 30.31%. The American Independent Party increased from 2.52% to 2.53%. The Green Party declined from .654% to .648%. The Libertarian Party declined from .548% to .547%. The Peace & Freedom Party increased from .347% to .349%. Americans Elect has such small registration, percentages are meaningless, but it went from 3,165 registrants to 3,104. The Constitution Party went from 121 registrants to 234 registrants. Independent voters went from 21.24% to 21.31%. Members of other parties (all of them unqualified) went from .68% to .81%

Thanks to Richard Winger for the analysis.

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    Rocky Anderson [from Los Angeles ?????] Wins [California] Peace & Freedom Party Presidential Primary
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    On June 5, the Peace & Freedom Party held a presidential primary / [swim suit contest].

    The results: Rocky Anderson 42.8%; Stewart Alexander 29.2%; Stephen Durham 28.0%. The Peace & Freedom Party presidential primary is not binding.

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