Yes in general, and depending on where you live in the primaries. If your state
has open caucuses or primaries, you can vote for either party for the full ballot.
In the November General Elections, you may vote for anyone you please. If you
want are a registered Republican but want to vote in your state's Democratic ...
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
Sep 26, 2016 ... Check with your state's voter registration board or election commission to find out
your ... You can pre-register at age 16, but must be 18 to vote.
Sep 27, 2016 ... A Vote by Mail ballot request form can be found in the "Sample Ballot" ... If you
registered online, check your driver's license signature as this is the .... signs that
say "Republicans Register Here" or "Democrats Register Here".
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!
That means if you chose Democrat or Republican as your party on your Voter
Registration Application, you may vote only for candidates from your own party
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, ...
Voters who registered to vote without stating a political party preference are
known ... an NPP voter can instead vote the presidential ballot of the following
parties: ... If an NPP voter wants to vote for a presidential candidate in the