PHOENIX — Arizona’s voter registration numbers have increased by about
20,000 since the last report in October.
The Secretary of State’s Office announced Tuesday that Arizona still has more
than 3.2 million registered voters.
While registration for the state’s major political parties stayed about the
same, the number of voters not affiliated with any party increased by nearly
25,000 and now is at about 1.12 million.
That’s almost equal to the electorate for Republicans, which remains at more
than 1.13 million.
Registered Democratic voters in Arizona are at about 963,000, down by a couple
thousand since October’s report.
Members of the Libertarian, Green and Americans Elect parties account for about
1 percent of the electorate.