Delaware

Voter Registration Numbers for March

As of March 2, 2020, there are 718,204 people registered to vote in Delaware. This is an increase from the 2018 Midterm elections when data showed that there were about 694,570 people were registered to vote. In 2016, the number was 656,660 registrants.

Currently, there are 341,456 registered Democrats to 199,073 registered Republicans. Those who registered as “No Party” or Nonpartisan” totaled 164,226. And then there are the third parties:

  • Independent Party of Delaware (IPoD) – 7,342
  • Libertarian – 1,724
  • Green – 706
  • American Delta (centrist party supporting Rocky de la Fuente) – 704
  • Conservative – 543
  • American (extreme fascist conservative) – 536
  • Other – 480
  • Liberal – 466
  • Working Families – 327
  • Constitution (theocratic fascist) – 280
  • Socialist Workers – 109
  • Blue Enigma – 107
  • Natural Law – 79
  • Reform (Perot/Buchanan) – 46

3,453 more Democrats have registered to vote since 2019, as have 1,227 more Republicans and 449 voters who have registered as no party, and 77 who have registered with the IPoD. These are all new registrants.

Already registered voters have switched parties since the start of 2020:

  • 2,094 voters became Democrats, 753 of which were formerly Republicans and 1,182 of which were formerly “no party.”
  • 1,207 switched to the Republican Party, and 738 of those were formerly Democrats and another 421 were formerly “no party.”

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