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Sun Oct 20, 2013, 01:34 AM Oct 2013

PA: Democrats now outnumber Republicans in Delaware County

Going into the Nov. 5 election, the county Democratic Party has an edge of 664 voters over the local Republican Party.

The deadline to register for the election was last week. As of Oct. 15, the county had 385,609 total registered voters. Of that amount, there are 170,317 Democrats and 169,653 Republicans which left 45,639 registered with other parties or without affiliation.

The latest voter registration figures in Delaware County are a stark contrast from two decades ago. In 1992, there were 324,241 registered voters in Delaware County, according to county officials. Of that total, 218,774 were Republicans and 82,783 were Democrats.

And in 2002, there were 327,453 registered voters in Delaware County. Of that total, 196,614 were Republicans and 99,296 were Democrats.


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PA: Democrats now outnumber Republicans in Delaware County (Original Post) RandySF Oct 2013 OP
so from 2-1 in 2002 to a Dem lead today... Divine Discontent Oct 2013 #1
I hope they actually vote, and vote Dem struggle4progress Oct 2013 #2
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