Frankfort, KY – According to the latest voter registration figures available from the State Board of Elections, Kentucky voters continue to abandon the Democrat Party – while more are registering Republican than ever before.
Since Governor Andy Beshear took office, Republicans have gained more than 113,000 voters. Meanwhile, the Democrat Party of President Biden and Gov. Beshear lost more than 44,000 voters. In just the last month alone, the Democrat Party lost more than 3,200 voters, while Republicans gained more than 2,100. And over the last year, Democrat voter registration has decreased by more than 33,000.
“Democrats like President Biden and Andy Beshear push reckless spending, abortion on demand, and other extreme positions that are completely out of step with Kentucky voters,” Republican Party of Kentucky spokesman Mike Lonergan said. “As a result, Kentuckians are abandoning the Democrat Party – and registering Republican – in record numbers. These figures show a clear trend – The Democrat Party is completely out of step with Kentuckians’ values.”
In 2020, Kentucky Republicans turned out more GOP voters than Democrats for the first time ever. Kentucky Republicans are also now poised to eclipse Democrats in outright voter registration for the first time in state history.
See more figures based on the latest data from the State Board of Elections attached.