Des Moines, IA (KICD)--The latest Iowa voter registration numbers have been released for March.
630,906 are registered as Democrats, 625,178 are registered as Republicans, and 715,066 registered voters have no party affiliation.
Locally in Clay County registered Republicans outnumber Democrats 4,554-2,638 with 4,501 registered as Independents. Most counties surrounding Clay lean heavily towards the Republican side with the exception of Palo Alto County which has a 2,413-1,606 advantage for Democrats with 2,232 Independents; Emmet County which lists 2,192 Democrats and 1,712 Republicans with 3,145 Independents.
Registered Dickinson County Republicans outnumber Democrats 5,198-2,634 with 4,707 Independents; O'Brien County checks in at 5,241 Republicans and 1,371 Democrats and 2,800 Independents; Osceola County Republicans hold an advantage of 2,539-535 over Democrats with 1,111 Independents; Buena Vista County lists 3,925 Republicans and 2,924 Democrats with 4,687 Independents; Cherokee shows a 3,192-2,027 tally in favor of Republicans with 3,292 Independents; Pocahontas County leans Republican by a count of 1,683-1124 over Democrats with 2,243 having no party affiliation.