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SZ James (banned)

Independent Voters

Independent Voting  

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  1. 1. Why are you an Independent?

    • I'm too scared to admit that I vote party line
    • I like to be special because like, I could go either way guys! (someone please love me)
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    • I don't want people to know where I stand on individual issues
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    • I'm a smelly hipster
    • I vote for 3rd party candidates I don't know jack poo about
    • I want to appear unbiased, moderate, and "free thinking" (yeah right)
    • Other (I have problems making simple choices even on straightforward internet polls)


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SZ James (banned)    5,160

Never voted straight ticket, but I'm definately not independent.

Statistically independent voters are more apt to vote party line than actual party members.

Also, I think in NC no matter what you are registered as you can vote in any primary you want to. You just can't vote in ALL of them just the one.

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g5jamz    1,111

Statistically independent voters are more apt to vote party line.

Also, I think in NC no matter what you are registered as you can vote in any primary you want to. You just can't vote in ALL of them just the one.

If you're an independent or unaffliated, I believe you can choose a primary to vote in. If you're a D or R, you must vote in your primary only. Doesn't mean you couldn't change registration prior to the primary and change back afterwards. You cannot vote in both. NC is a semi-closed primary.

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SZ James (banned)    5,160

If you're an independent or unaffliated, I believe you can choose a primary to vote in. If you're a D or R, you must vote in your primary only. Doesn't mean you couldn't change registration prior to the primary and change back afterwards. You cannot vote in both. NC is a semi-closed primary.

Yeah this is right actually :/

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Chimera    3,446

If you're an independent or unaffliated, I believe you can choose a primary to vote in. If you're a D or R, you must vote in your primary only. Doesn't mean you couldn't change registration prior to the primary and change back afterwards. You cannot vote in both. NC is a semi-closed primary.

I believe so. I'm unaffiliated. At the primaries, they asked me to pick a side. I could have picked either side and voted the weakest candidates (what I should have done). I ended up just voting on Amendment One since I didn't pick a side.

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SZ James (banned)    5,160

James, if you are portraying yourself as independent, then that is enough for me

Technically I am one so I know how most people think. Yet I've never made any claims that i'm a moderate politically.

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