The number of active, registered voters increased 1.2 percent in Nevada to 1,077,370 from May 18 to June 30, a period that included hotly contested primary campaigns for nominations for governor and U.S. Senate. Republican registration was at twice the rate of Democrats.
The new numbers from Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller showed Republican registration increased 1.65 percent, or 6,493 registrations, to 398,898. Democratic registration increased .8 percent, or 3,722 registrations, to 456,672. The Independent American Party added 739 voters to bring its total to 45,931. And Non-partisan registration was up 1 percent to 163,816.
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