I have said and written many times that registration is not destiny. But those numbers mean something — and 2016 is starting to look like 2012 and 2008 in Nevada, presidential years in which the Democrats did very well.
The latest numbers show the Democrats padded their statewide lead by about 5,000 voters in April, out-registering Republicans by a 2-to-1 margin. This came despite the herculean efforts of the conservative registration outfit, Engage NV, which is trying to make up for the biennial ineptitude of the state GOP and a surging Democratic Party eager to atone for the 2014 wipeout.
The numbers tell an ominous story for the GOP.