The Florida Democratic Party is at an advantage this elections with voter registrations that are 60 times more than the state's Republican Party, according to new data from the Florida Division of Elections, the Washington Examiner reported.
The data, which was recorded from Sept. 10 to Oct. 10, revealed that more than 6,900 Floridians signed up as Democrats during the mentioned time as compared to 117 Republicans.
From Jan. 1 through Aug. 31, approximately 651,000 Florida residents registered to vote, USA Today reported.
Of the voters, about 230,000 (35 percent) registered as independents, about 221,000 (34 percent) as Democrats and about 185,000 (28.4 percent) as Republicans, the report elaborated. The rest registered as third-party voters, it said.
A federal judge extended Florida's voter registration deadline by six days following the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
U.S. District Judge Mark Walker in Tallahassee gave voters time until Oct. 18 to register to vote after Clinton campaign filed a lawsuit seeking more time.
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