Secondly, in the open primary moderates and independent voters can vote in
either ... In New Hampshire, Mitt Romney won among registered Republicans,
Sep 4, 2008 ... I recently registered as a Democrat. In the upcoming election between McCain
and Obama can I vote for McCain? and btw I want to vote for ...
Nov 5, 2014 ... Registered Democrats and unaffiliated voters could vote in the Democratic
primary. Only registered Republicans could vote in the Republican primary. .... "
Who Can Register and Who Can Vote," accessed January 3, 2014 ...
The rules for primary elections vary from state to state. Some states hold open
primaries, in which any registered voter can vote in either party's primaries,
Only registered Republicans, Independents, or Unaffiliated voters can vote in the
GOP ... The Democrats use open primary rules: any voter can request the ...
Voters that are not registered with a qualified political party may request a party
presidential ballot, only if the party ... Can I crossover to vote on another party's
ballot if I'm already registered with a qualified political party? ... vote as a
Now that you're a US citizen you can vote in all elections held at the federal, state
, ... In other states, a voter registered as an independent (no party specified on ...
Is the voting district where you live historically a Democratic or Republican
stronghold? ... So what good is it to register, for instance, as a Democrat, vote in...
You can vote for Bernie Sanders regardless of registered party. ... If you are not
registered as a democrat, you cannot vote for Bernie Sanders. However, you can