More than 89,000 new Long Island voters — a 15 percent jump over four years ago — have enrolled to cast ballots in next month’s presidential contest and Democrats have garnered a huge edge among newcomers, according to local elections officials.
Suffolk had the largest gains, with 39,762 new voters since the beginning of the year, up 50 percent from four years ago. And Democrats gained the most with 20,642 new voters while Republicans drew one third that number — 6,905. The number of new Suffolk voters not aligned with any party jumped 13,301.
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