Can I vote in any party primary?

If you are affiliated with a specific political party, you may only vote in that party’s primary.  Unaffiliated, or independent, voters can vote in any party primary but, by casting a vote in a party primary, you automatically become affiliated with that party.

If you vote by mail ballot and want to return to an unaffiliated status, you may do so by updating your record here and changing your party. You can also complete a new paper voter registration form or contact the board of canvassers. You will officially return to your unaffiliated status in 30 days.

If you vote at the polls and want to return to an unaffiliated status, you may request a “disaffiliation form” from poll workers and fill it out before leaving the polling place. You will officially return to your unaffiliated status in 30 days.

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1. Can I vote in any party primary?
2. Can I change my party affiliation to vote in another party's primary?
3. How do I apply for a mail ballot?
4. How do I register to vote?
5. How do I vote by mail if I am a military/overseas voter?