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Independents see voter gains; Democrats’ share shrinks (access required)

The state's latest voter rolls paint a worrisome picture for Democrats this November. Arizona added nearly 159,000 new voters since the general election two years ago, pushing the electoral population to more than 3.1 million. But the number of Democrats shrank by almost 20,000.

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