Your District’s Party Registration
No “party time” puns, I promise.
The law requires the Secretary of State to release registration numbers as of 154 days before statewide elections. She released them today.
You can read in all the other news reports about how many Republicans there are, how many decline-to-state voters, yaddah, yaddah. But what you won’t hear from the news is that the Secretary’s report also breaks down registration by Supervisorial district.
That’s right, you can check out the party registration in your district (or your boss’s district). Not that I’m suggesting local races aren’t nonpartisan. The report also shows registration by Assembly and Senate districts, Congressional seats, and cities, all available in pdf and spreadsheet formats.
Experience the fun for yourself here.