The number of registered Democrat Party voters in Jasper County exceeded the totals of both Republican Party and no party voters in July, though all three groups saw slight declines from the month before.
State records indicate that there were a total of 8,661 active registered Democratic Party voters last month, compared to 7,144 Republicans and 7,078 no party registered voters.
Those figures are down slightly for Democrats, Republicans and no party voters from June statistics, 8,711, 7,174 and 7,147, respectively.
The number of active registered Democratic Party voters in the new House District 29 area, which encompasses most of Jasper County save four townships, stood at 8,854 in July.
The number of active registered Republican voters in the District stood at 6,251 in July with no party voters standing at 7,388.
In House District 28, which includes the communities of Reasnor, Lynnville, Sully and Monroe and areas of counties to the south, the number of no party registered voters topped the list at 7,844 in July, compared to 7,317 Republicans and 6,271 Democrats.