President Donald Trump's campaign in Florida has featured rallies despite the pandemic along with parades of boats and golf carts -- some of it seems to be paying off.
After the passage of Amendment 4 in 2018 -- which was passed by the voters and allowed the restoration of voting rights for ex-felons -- many analysts had expected a large wave of registrations benefiting Democrats.
But Florida Republicans undermined that effort in the state legislature, requiring all outstanding fees to be paid before ex-felons could register.
On Thursday evening, Dave Wasserman of the Cook Politico Report broke down the final voter registration numbers.
Since the March primary, Democrats have only had a net increase in registrations of 198,000 -- while Republicans have seen an increase of 344,000.
Wasserman noted that during the same period in 2016, Democrats out-registered Republicans by more than 30,000 voters.
Just in: final FL voter reg. data. Since this March's primary, here are each party's net gains: GOP: +344,465 Dem:… https://t.co/foLUVNbZDs— Dave Wasserman (@Dave Wasserman) 1602818018.0