Dems close in on Republicans
In fact, the gap is the closest it has been in the county’s history.
As of April 29, the county had 384,433 total voters in Delaware County. Of that amount, 170,160 were registered Republicans and 169,423 were registered Democrats, which left 44,850 registered with other parties or without affiliation.
That makes the current gap between the two major political parties 737.
Landau said there is no indication this trend will change any time soon.
“We’re becoming the majority party and I’m very excited,” he said.
Democrats have an 11,000 voter registration advantage over Republicans in Bucks County and Democrats have a 40,000 voter advantage over Republicans in Montgomery County, according to figures from the Pennsylvania Department of State.