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In a Top Two Primary you may cast a vote for any candidate, even if you are not in the same political party. The top 2 vote getters will be on the General Election ballot in November.
No. “Top Two” applies to these voter-nominated offices:
Yes. The top two candidates might be from the same party, different parties, or no party.
All voters regardless of political party will get a ballot that will have:
All voters registered with a political party will get that party’s ballot. To vote in another party’s
presidential primary, you will need to re-register with that party.
All voters not registered with a political party will get a ballot with no candidate for president.
To vote in the Green, Republican, or Peace & Freedom presidential primary, you will need to
register with that party. To vote in the American Independent Party, Democratic, or Libretarian
presidential primary, you can request that party’s ballot without re-registering.
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