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28 February, 05:56

Which voters are excluded from a closed primary

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  1. 28 February, 07:48
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    In an open primary, voters of any affiliation may vote in the primary of any party. They cannot vote in more than one party's primary, although that prohibition can be difficult to enforce in the event a party has a primary runoff election. In many open primary states, voters do not indicate partisan affiliation when they register to vote.

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