The State Board of Elections periodically compiles voter registration statistics for the State of Maryland. The Observer has taken a look at the voter registration data for Carroll County since 2019 and compiled this chart for the voters (and I am sure candidates for office would be interested in this information):
Some notable items in this data:
Active voter registration in the county is lower from January 2022 to April 2022 (-547)/
Active voters that registered as Republican has decrease since January 2019 (-621). Active voters that registered as Democratic has risen since January 2019 (+1,005).
Republicans fell below 50% of all registered voters in the County between January 2021 and January 2022 and currently stands at 49.64% as of April 2022.
Independent voters (or “unaffiliated”) has risen each year since 2019 and currently stands at 22.33% of all registered voters in the county.
You can view the data from the state here: https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/stats.html
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