On May 10, the California Secretary of State released a new voter registration tally, as of April 6. This is the first California tally since the tally of January 2, 2018.
The only parties that increased their share of the registration since the January 2018 tally are the American Independent and Libertarian Parties. The number of all registered voters declined slightly since the January 2018 tally, owing to purges of the rolls.
The new percentages are: Democratic 44.58%; Republican 25.27%; American Independent 2.664%; Libertarian .7405%; Green .4798%; Peace & Freedom .39%; unknown .15%; unqualified parties .608%; independent 25.11%.
The January 2018 percentages were: Democratic 44.63%; Republican 25.44%; American Independent 2.655%; Libertarian .738%; Green .483%; Peace & Freedom .40%; unknown .11%; unqualified parties .607%; independent 24.95%.
The Constitution Party, which is not ballot-qualified, declined from 321 members to 312 members.