Plymouth County: Independent voters outnumber Democrats and Republicans

The latest voter registration numbers are out  ahead of the September 6th Primary.

In Plymouth County, there are more than 331,000 registered voters, with more than 93,000 registered democrats, more than 45,000 republicans and more than 190,000 independents.

The statistics are according to Secretary of State William Galvin, whose office yesterday released voter registration numbers for the state of Massachusetts, 9 days before the September 6th primary.

Galvin says Brockton has the most registered voters in Plymouth county with just shy of 53,000 registered voters. In Plymouth, the town with the second highest number of voters, there are more registered Democrats than Republicans, but there are more unenrolled independents than democratic or republican registered voters.

With 331, 226 registered voters in Plymouth County; there are 93,940 democrats registered, and 45,375 republicans.

Statewide, there are more than 4,180,900 voters.

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