The most up to date voter registration numbers show the Hudson Valley is gaining lots of Democrats and losing many Republicans.

Below is the number of registered voters in the Hudson Valley on Nov. 1, 2018, and Nov. 1, 2019, according to the New York State Board of Elections.

Voters Registered as of November 1, 2018:

  • Columbia County: Dem. 16,908/Rep. 12,585
  • Dutchess County: Dem. 70,946/Rep. 56,481
  • Orange County: Dem. 88,509/Rep. 75,554
  • Putnam County: Dem. 20,572/Rep. 23,856
  • Rockland County: Dem. 96,909/Rep. 48,644
  • Sullivan County: Dem. 19,903/Rep. 14,697
  • Ulster County: Dem. 49,472/Rep. 30,067
  • Westchester County: Dem. 313,536/Rep. 139,646
  • Total: Dem. 676,755/Rep. 401,530

Voters Registered as of November 1, 2019

  • Columbia County: Dem. 17,902/Rep. 12,660
  • Dutchess County: Dem. 72,415/Rep. 55,463
  • Orange County: Dem. 89,720/Rep. 74,158
  • Putnam County: Dem. 21,052/Rep. 23,549
  • Rockland County: Dem. 96,933/Rep. 48,053
  • Sullivan County: Dem. 20,207/Rep. 14,918
  • Ulster County: Dem. 52,454/Rep. 30,158
  • Westchester County: Dem. 317,018/Rep. 133,872
  • Total: Dem. 687,701/Rep. 392,771

Totaling up all that data in the past year, there are 10,946 more Democrats in the Hudson Valley and 8,759 less Republican in the Hudson Valley, according to data released by the New York State Board of Elections.

Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester counties all saw an increase in Democrats and a decrease in Republicans

Ulster, Sullivan and Columbia counties saw an increase in both.

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