Kansas Democrats are outpacing Republicans in new voter registrations since the 2018 primary election, another sign of the wave of energy the GOP is facing as this year's elections approach.
Democrats have registered a net of about 21,000 more voters than Republicans during the last two years, state voter registration data show.
They have registered 50,907 new voters since 2018 primary, giving them a total of 486,947 heading into the Aug. 4 primary. They now make up 26% of all Kansas voters.
Meanwhile, Republicans have registered 30,099 new voters since 2018, giving them 819,863 . . .