PHOENIX — Greenlee County showed a 3 percent growth in the number of registered voters following November’s general election.
That’s according to data released Friday by the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office.
Democrats grew by 2 percent in Greenlee County, to 1,481; Republicans grew 3.5 percent, to 1,788; and independents grew 3.3 percent, to 1,491.
Graham County’s voter rolls remained statistically flat, growing by five-tenths of 1 percent in the final quarter of 2022.
Republicans grew by 1 percent, to 9,906; independents grew by three-tenths of 1 percent to 5,043; and Democrats fell by three-tenths of 1 percent to 4,537.
Graham County has a total of 19,595 registered voters, while Greenlee is at 4,809 as of January 2023. Nearby Cochise County’s voter rolls grew by 1.3 percent, to 78,383.
Statewide, the voter rolls grew by four-tenths of 1 percent, to 4.2 million.
Independents continue to outpace the two major parties in Arizona, gaining 10,635 new voters. Republicans gained 6,290 new voters, while Democrats gained just 69.