Nearly 27 percent of Florida’s voters are registered as No Party Affiliation (NPA) or with minor parties like the Green, Libertarian or Tea Party. The combined total of NPAs and minor party voters outnumber Democrats or Republicans in 11 Florida counties including Broward, Miami-Dade and Orange.
If voter trends continue and the diversity of Florida’s population keeps growing, the NPA and minor-party electorate could become as influential as Republicans and Democrats. What will that mean for Florida’s closed primary system?
To learn more about key topics influencing our state, join us at the Future of Florida Forum on September 28-29, in Orlando.