Early voting continues through Friday for the March 3 primary election. Through yesterday (Monday), the seventh day of the early voting period, 2.8% of registered voters had cast ballots in the Democratic primary statewide and 3.4% had voted in the Republican primary statewide.

According to the latest analysis (PDF) from Republican strategist and data nerd Derek Ryan, recent primary voters remain the largest blocs of voters in each party’s primary. About 84% of Republican primary voters have voted in at least one of the last four Republican parties, compared to around 68% of Democratic primary voters. Nearly 7% of Democratic primary voters have no recent Democratic history but have voted in at least one of the last four Republican primaries, compared to about 2% of Republican primary voters with no recent Republican history but at least one recent Democratic primary participation.

Where is this crossover occurring?

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