View Poll Results: What Party Are You Registered To?

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  • Republican

    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 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.
    A "moderate" republican in California is pretty much a hard core liberal in sensible states.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    I just turned eighteen last year, so I'm not registered to any party, let alone registered to vote. I'll get on that when I go down to IU in the fall.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by DVSentinel View Post
    A "moderate" republican in California is pretty much a hard core liberal in sensible states.
    Not really....but then I just noticed that you are from Texas, so that pretty much explains it all.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    I have an attraction to those states that have the non-partisan type primary voting. I see where it may cut down on the participation, but I'd really love to see that nationally, especially for POTUS.

    Imagine the public being able to choose the best two to run against each other - even if they are of the same party. The two highest vote getters would be the candidates. No more choosing the lessor of two evils (or at least some reduction in that).
    Move across the Columbia river and that's what you'll get.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernDemocrat View Post
    They probably have open primaries. In states with open primaries you can vote for any candidate in any party (of course just one candidate). Personally I think that is a much better system because closed primaries promote more extreme candidates as a primary candidate only has to appeal to their party's most motivated base voters. Open primaries tend to promote more moderate candidates moving forward (Bachmann not withstanding of course)
    That actually isn't true. In closed primary states, you register by party. In open primary states, you declare which party's ballot you want in the primary, or you receive a ballot for each party but may only vote one. In blanket primary states - of which there are three (Washington, Louisiana, and California), you can vote for any candidate of any party in the primary.
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    I'm still registered as a Republican though I haven't voted that way for a few years...
    Lol. My dad donated money to the Repubs every year for 40 years but stopped after the 2012 election because of the way they conducted their primaries.
    There are none so blind as those who choose not to see....

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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post
    Lol. My dad donated money to the Repubs every year for 40 years but stopped after the 2012 election because of the way they conducted their primaries.
    The way they handled the Ron Paul situation was appalling...

    Funny thing is when I go to vote in the primary it's a celebration at the polling station as I am usually the only one the Repub polling judge has seen all day...
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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    The Common Sense Party.

    Unfortunately, they almost never field candidates.

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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    I have never joined nor do I belong to, any organized party. I have no party loyalties. I sadly voted for Obama in the 2008 elections, Jill Stein (Green Party) in 2012.

    I vote for candidates which best exemplifies my beliefs, regardless of affiliation.

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    Re: What Party Are You Registered To?

    You know what is astonishing? This poll shows that the majority of people are registered Republican. Yet I've been going through these polls for some time and each issue that has an overwhelming response one way, is not the views and stand of the Republican parties. Either one set of folks took this poll and another set are taking all the others, or the Republicans are doing a good job of snow jobbing everyone to stay in support of them.

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