In the general election, you can. However, for the Republican nomination
primaries, it depends from state to state. If it's an open primary, you can. If it's a
Jan 15, 2016 ... A registered Democrat can only vote for a Democrat and a registered Republican
for a Republican nominee. Semi-closed primaries function ...
If Bernie does not win the Democratic Primary Election, you can't vote for him in
the General .... If you are not currently registered as a Democrat, you can not vote
for Bernie. .... Iowans registered as a republican cannot vote for Bernie Sanders!
Apr 28, 2015 ... Closed = You must be registered for the party you are voting for; Open .... You
can unregister as a Democrat if you wish after voting for Bernie. ... in 2012
Democrats could go out and vote for a Republican who they thought did ...
For example a voter registered as Democratic can vote only in the Democratic
primary and a Republican can vote only in the Republican primary. In an open ...
The United States is a democracy with a republican form of government. The
country ... In three other states only the Democrats have semi-closed primaries. ...
Any registered voter, including independents, can vote in this form of open
Apr 27, 2016 ... Voters registered as a Democrat cannot vote for a Republican candidate and vice
versa. Registered members of any party, major or minor, ...
Apr 7, 2016 ... This means she's never been allowed to vote in a major party ... strict closed
primary rules — which state that only registered Democrats can vote ... were
registered outside the Republican and Democratic parties as of April.
www.mcc.co.mercer.pa.us/election/Questions Frequently Asked.htm
Q: Why can I not vote in the primary if I am not registered as a Republican or
Democrat? ... which only allows Republicans and Democrats to vote for
DITCH the Democrat Party and SWITCH to Republican Party to vote for Mr. ... An
open primary is a primary election in which any registered voter can vote in any ...