The Republican voter registration lead in the fourth congressional district remained roughly level in February.
The district now has 22,070 more Republicans than Democrats, according to figures released by the secretary of state.
The GOP lead declined slightly last month. At the start of February, there were 22,164 more Republicans than Democrats there.
Democrats added 426 voters to their rolls, while 332 new Republicans registered.
Republicans’ registration lead in the district has grown significantly since Rep. Chris Smith (R-Hamilton) won re-election in 2018.
Then, the district had 18,367 more Republicans than Democrats.
Three Democrats — David Applefield, Christine Conforti and Stephanie Schmid — are vying for the chance to run in New Jersey’s most Republican district.