Prince Georges and Mont
gomery Majorities Over
G. 0. P. Are 15,500.
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Official compilation of the results of
their year’s registration by the Boards
of Election Supervisors yesterday
showed the Democrats now have a
majority of 5,062 over the Repub
licans in Prince Georges County and
a majority of 10,459 over the G. O. P.
In Montgomery County.
The figures: Prince Georges—Dem
ocrats, 17,092; Republicans, 12,030;
Independents, 616. Total, 29,748.
Montgomery—Democrats, 18,820; Re
publicans, 8.361; declined, 483; Inde
pendents. 88; Prohibitionists and So
cialists, 23, Total, 27,775.
The Democratic majority in Prince
Georges is even greater than party
leaders expected, their most optimistic
estimate of their lead ove'r the Repub
licans being 4,800. In 1932 they held
a majority of 3,130.
Discounted by G. O. P.
Some Republican leaders are in
clined to discount the value of the
"book majority” held by the Demo
crats. but most admit it Is an impor
tant factor to be considered in pre
dicting the outcome of the coming
Results of the three registration and
one revision day this year further
showed that about seven Democrats
were placed on the books for eveiy
Republican in Prince Georges County.
In Montgomery County the Demo
crats increased their registration by
2,209 over the 1932 registration fig
ures, while the Republican party lost
276 voters in the enrollment figures.
The Democratic registration this year
is 18.820 against 16,611 in 1932 and
the Republican registration this year
is 8,361 against 8,637 in 1932.
Altogether the Democratic gain in
Prince Georges since the last registra
tion in 1932 was 2,273 and the Re
publicans 341. While the major par
ties were scoring these gains, the num
ber of independents and persons
affiliated with other parties declined
from 730 to 616 in that county. In
Montgomery they increased from 578
Changes in Affiliations.
Many independents, as well as a
large number of Republicans, changed
their affiliations and registered as
The large number of changes in i
affiliations is indicated by the fact
that the total number of voter* In
the county showed an Increase of
only 2,511 in Prince Georges, despite
the 5,062 Democratic gain, and 1,949
in Montgomery against the Demo
cratic gain of 2,209. The number of
white voters increased considerably
more than the number of colored In
Democratic leaden in Montgomery
County were particularly pleased with
their showing in Talcoma Park, which
is regarded as a Republican strong
hold. Whereas the Republicans en
joyed a book majority of 153 in 1932,
registration figures announced today
showed that the Democrats now hold
a majority of 319 in the three pre
cincts comprising the town.
democratic Women Elect.
HYATTSVILLE, Md., October 18
(Special).—Mrs. James W. Rogers was
elected chairman of the Hyattsvllle
District Women’s Democratic Club
last night at a meeting attended by
approximately 50 women. Mrs. Waldo
Burnside was chosen vice chairman,
Mrs. H. Winship Wheatley, Jr., corre
sponding and recording secretary and
Mrs. John Fainter treasurer.
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