Erie County Voter Registrations Surge Ahead Of New York Primary

The Buffalo News reports that “voter registrations are surging in Erie County in anticipation of the most significant New York presidential primaries in a generation on April 19.”

Jerry Zremski writes that “Friday is the last day to register to vote before the primary, and voters can only do that by mail, given that the Erie County Board of Elections is closed for Good Friday.

But as of midday Thursday, Democrats – who long have held a huge registration advantage in the county – had registered 3,345 new voters in the county since Dec. 1 of last year, up from 1,237 from the same period a year earlier. Republicans, meanwhile, registered 1,606 new voters, up from 776 a year earlier.”

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