Asked in California
Can you vote for republication president in primary if registered democrat in state of California?
No. You can't cross party lines. You will get the ballot in the party you are registered. If you are independent or Green Party you don't get to vote in the primary. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
Can a person in AZ vote outside of his party in a primary if your party is not represented on the ballot?
No. If it isn't on the ballot you can't vote for it. One reason I am registered with a party because California doesn't allow a third party vote on a ballot. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What is a person called if has registered to vote but has not joined a party is called?
a person who has registered to vote but has not joined a party is called an independent voter. ...
Can you vote for a democrat if registered for the Green Party?
In the general election, you can vote for whoever you like regardless of which party you are registered with. In less political terms, on election day you can vote for whoever you want. ...
Asked in 2008 Presidential Campaign, History, Politics & Society, US Presidents, Elections and Voting
If you are affiliated with the Republican Party can you vote for a democrat in the election for president?
Yes. In the general election, you can vote for whoever you like regardless of what party you are affiliated or registered with. Yes. In many (but not all) states, party affiliation affects what primaries you can vote in. But it does not force you to vote for that party's candidates in the general election. ...
Asked in Political Office Holders
Is it true that if you are a register republican you can not vote for the Democratic Party in California?
In most primary elections, you are only allowed to vote for members of the party that you are registered with. In general elections, you are allowed to vote for whom ever you wish, regardless of the party you are registered with. ...
Asked in Louisiana
Can you vote for republican president if you are registered democrat in Louisiana?
Political affiliations only matter during a primary. In general elections you can vote for any candidate regardless of his/her party affiliation. Sewmetheway ...
Asked in Politics and Government, US Constitution
A method of nominating candidates for public office in which only registered members of a party can vote is?
A closed-vote primary (restricted to party members)
Asked in US Congress
If registered in the Independent American party can you vote for a democrat state senator?
Yes; party registration has no relationship to how you vote in a general election. In a general election, you can vote for whoever you want, no matter what your party registration. ...
Asked in Society and Civilization
A person who has registered to vote but has not joined a party is called an voter?
Any person can register to vote and not pick one particular party. A person can just chose to vote independently. ...
Asked in US Presidents
What people can vote for president and vice president?
US citizens who are registered to vote elect delegates to the Electoral College, and the Electoral College elects the president and VP. ...
Asked in Society and Civilization
What is an political independent?
A political independent is a person who is not affiliated with an organized political party. I am a registered voter but my Voter Registration Card lists my Party as "NPA" (No Party Affiliation). In my state, if I registered as a Democrat or Republican, I could vote in the party primaries for my stated party. Because I am an Independent, I cannot vote in primaries but I can vote in general elections and on referendums and non-partisan races. ...
Asked in Politics and Government, Democratic Party
What does it mean to be a registered democrat?
In the United States, you do not need to declare yourself a member of any political party in order to vote for president; but in primary elections, it is necessary in many states to choose one party and register as a member. You will then be given the ballot that has the candidates from your party-- in this case, the Democratic party ballot. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Republican Party
What is the difference between a closed primary and an open primary?
In an open primary anyone can vote for any candidate in either party regardless of whether they are registered democrat or republican. In a closed primary you can only vote for someone in your registered party. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Elections and Voting
Can Independents vote in a general election?
Yes, Independents and anyone else who is properly registered to vote may vote in the general election. In some states, primary elections are limited to voters registered to a particular party; in other states, any registered voter may vote in one of the primary elections. ...
What action is restricted to members of a political party?
Only those registered to a political party may vote in that party's primary. ...