Almost 800 residents from the two Princetons have registered to vote in the last several months, with more than 60 percent of the new voters in Princeton Borough coming from the district that includes Princeton University students.
According to data from the Mercer County Board of Elections office, a total of 434 people registered to become borough voters between June 7 and today. Of that total, 265 are from District 1, the district that includes university students.
More than 300 of the new borough voters registered as unaffiliated, while almost are 90 registered as Democrats and almost 30 are registered as Republicans.
While the borough population is much smaller than Princeton Township, new Borough voter registrations out-numbered new voter registrations for Princeton Township.
In Princeton Township, 349 people registered to vote between June and today, with the largest number of new voters coming from District 12, with 116 new voters.
In the township, 238 new voters identified themselves as unaffiliated, while 87 residents registered as Democrats and 23 residents registered as Republicans.