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.
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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
Nov 2, 2016 ... I've moved since I registered -- can I still vote? .... don't be misled by signs that
say "Republicans Register Here" or "Democrats Register Here".
I recently registered as a Democrat. In the upcoming election between ... I sure
hope so because I was registered as no party specified; which ...
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 ...
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.
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, ...
The Republican and Democratic parties use open and closed caucuses in some
... In a closed primary, only voters registered with a given party can vote in that ...
Apr 19, 2016 ... In other words, if your voter registration is Democrat, then you can only vote in the
Democratic party, and the same for Republicans.