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  •  Anonymous: 
     

    YES YES YES

    http://www.sos.state.oh.us/sos/elections/Voters/FAQ/genFAQs.aspx

    Do I declare my political party affiliation when I register?

    No. Under Ohio election law, you declare your political party affiliation by requesting the ballot of a political party in a partisan primary election.

    If you do not desire to affiliate with a political party in Ohio, you are considered to be an unaffiliated voter. An unaffiliated voter does not vote the ballot of a political party in a primary election. However, an unaffiliated voter may vote the Official Questions & Issues Ballot, if there is one for the voter's precinct at the election.

     
     03.07.2016DeleteEditReply 
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  •  Anonymous: 
     

    Also from OH: What if you are a registered Dem., want to vote in the democratic primary for the presidential candidate, but wish to vote for a green party for your State House Rep or Senator, also in the primary?  Can this be done?  Would you need to ask for 2 ballots?

     
     01.30.2016DeleteEdit1 replies1 repliesReply 
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