Iowa Republicans Increase Voter Registration Advantage
Republicans have gained more than Democrats in each district
DES MOINES, Iowa -- In July, Democrats officially lost their voter registration advantage after Republicans completely closed the gap -- despite the Democrats having two years in the caucus limelight, as well as a competitive statewide Senate primary.
Now, the GOP has expanded voter registration advantage even further to over 7,000, continuing to increase the number of registered Republicans in every congressional district. Since June, Republicans have gained more than Democrats in each district:
- IA-01: +4,296
- IA-02: +5,602
- IA-03: +6,205
- IA-04: +5,632
"With an unprecedented ground game that has emphasized registering voters through a robust voter contact program, it's clear Republicans have momentum and enthusiasm on our side," said Jeff Kaufmann, Chairman of the Republican Party of Iowa. "The Trump Victory operation has already made over one million calls since they hit the ground running last fall. Meanwhile, Democrats like Joe Biden and Theresa Greenfield refuse to come out of their basements, and their duck-and-dodge strategy is catching up to them. With almost two months until Election Day, we are in a great position to Keep Iowa Red."