View Poll Results: What Party Are You Registered To?

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    20 27.03%
  • Libertarian

    5 6.76%
  • Democrat

    13 17.57%
  • Green

    1 1.35%
  • Constitution

    0 0%
  • Other

    35 47.30%
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    When you registered to vote you chose a party. You may have forgotten that part. If you left it blank, you're generally, dependng upon the state, listed as non-affiliated.
    This is not correct. There are many states that require no party affiliation in order to vote. Some states simply restrict you to one party's ballot in the primary (open primary states). There are three states that require no party affiliation and permit voters to vote for whomever they choose in primaries, regardless of party affiliation.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by loader View Post
    I proudly registered to Republican party. Party of Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, party which destroy slavery and keep unity of the country.
    And now the party most likely to be embraced by secessionists.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Frankly, I'm not sure.

    I change party affiliation as often as I change socks.

    Lemme see...

    I wanna say that I'm a Republican at the moment due to the 2013 special election Republican primary where I voted for Steve Lonegan who won but then went on to lose to Cory Booker in the general special election both in the state and, inexplicably, in my district (NJ-11).

    I didn't vote in the 2012 Republican Senate primary because I didn't have a preference and figured Kyrillos would walk away with it, which he did.

    There was no 2010 Senate race in NJ and my Rep, Frelinghuysen (R NJ-11), ran unopposed.

    Prior to that I'd been registered Democrat since the 2008 presidential primary (when I voted for Clinton).

    Any further back than that and I'd really have to think about it.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Michigan does not have registration by party.
    Texas has open primaries, so we don't register to vote by party either.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by DVSentinel View Post
    Texas has open primaries, so we don't register to vote by party either.
    I prefer it that way as it gives the citizen the ultimate power of the widest choice and does not box them in. I myself voted for Mitt Romney in the 2008 presidential primary in Michigan.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    I'm registered Democrat and vote Democrat about 95% of the time.
    The other 5% you don't vote.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by TeleKat View Post
    What party are you registered to? Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, Green, Constitution, or other?

    I have been a proud card-carrying member of the Libertarian Party since 2010.
    I do not belong to any party and haven't most my life. I did briefly join the democrat party during Bush's tenure.

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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Registered Republican to take part in caucuses and etc.

    Vote my conscience, the issues, and the individual, which means I rarely (if ever) vote for a Democrat.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    The other 5% you don't vote.
    Too funny.....no...I actually vote for a moderate Republican ocassionally. Sometimes in California you get these conservative democrat candidates that are worse than the moderate Republicans. It doesn't happen that often...maybe about once every 3-4 years. Otherwise, I pretty much vote Democrat. I've also voted for a few green party candidates over the last 5 years.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Too funny.....no...I actually vote for a moderate Republican ocassionally. Sometimes in California you get these conservative democrat candidates that are worse than the moderate Republicans. It doesn't happen that often...maybe about once every 3-4 years. Otherwise, I pretty much vote Democrat. I've also voted for a few green party candidates over the last 5 years.
    Green Party, ewwww.
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