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Poll: What is your registered voter party affiliation?
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Democratic
4.08%
2 4.08%
Independent
24.49%
12 24.49%
Green
0%
0 0%
Libertarian
12.24%
6 12.24%
Republican
57.14%
28 57.14%
Other
0%
0 0%
Decline to State
2.04%
1 2.04%
Total 49 vote(s) 100%
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Party Affiliation
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Registered Voters, what is your party affiliation? Vote the same way it appears on your registration/voter Id.

Just curious to see what the most common affiliation is these days. I am registered but I'll admit that I wasn't a big voter in the past so I'm not sure what my affiliation will affect...I m registered as Independent. I know I can't vote in R/D primaries but does being independent affect anything else that I don't know about? Or doesn't it really mater?
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A Reading from the Book of Armaments, Chapter 4, Verses 16 to 20:

Then did he raise on high the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, saying, "Bless this, O Lord, that with it thou mayst blow thine enemies to tiny bits, in thy mercy." And the people did rejoice and did feast upon the lambs and toads and tree-sloths and fruit-bats and orangutans and breakfast cereals ... Now did the Lord say, "First thou pullest the Holy Pin. Then thou must count to three. Three shall be the number of the counting and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shalt thou not count, neither shalt thou count two, excepting that thou then proceedeth to three. Five is right out. Once the number three, being the number of the counting, be reached, then lobbest thou the Holy Hand Grenade in the direction of thine foe, who, being naughty in my sight, shall snuff it."
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#2
If you can't affect who the candidate is in the primary, you're shooting yourself in the foot. Nothing wrong with voting third party in the general election, but wouldn't it be nice to get a decent candidate running in one of the two major parties? And the only way to do that is to vote for them in the primaries.
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#3
I'm a registered Republican, but consider myself independent.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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#4
Currently Republican but I plan to change to Libertarian.
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#5
Like so many others I'm registered Republican and trying to affect change from within.
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#6
Yeah, this was a tough decision for me but I have had it with the dems and repubs! I like being an Independent but I hate losing the chance to vote for a republican of my choice in the primaries. Guess it doesn't really matter because the parties seem to select their own fore runners every year anyways!
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A Reading from the Book of Armaments, Chapter 4, Verses 16 to 20:

Then did he raise on high the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, saying, "Bless this, O Lord, that with it thou mayst blow thine enemies to tiny bits, in thy mercy." And the people did rejoice and did feast upon the lambs and toads and tree-sloths and fruit-bats and orangutans and breakfast cereals ... Now did the Lord say, "First thou pullest the Holy Pin. Then thou must count to three. Three shall be the number of the counting and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shalt thou not count, neither shalt thou count two, excepting that thou then proceedeth to three. Five is right out. Once the number three, being the number of the counting, be reached, then lobbest thou the Holy Hand Grenade in the direction of thine foe, who, being naughty in my sight, shall snuff it."
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#7
I'm an "R", but that's all but meaningless these days, especially on a national level.
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#8
Years ago, I initially registered as an independent because I wasn't 100% clear on the stances of each party. (by "each", I mean the only two that are relevant)

After reading over some sort of published "list" that explained each party's views on common issues, I said "Well, I sure as FUCK am not a democrat", and I then registered as a republican.

All I need to do is look at what type of people in general support the democratic party and I know I made the right (no pun intended) choice.
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#9
Been an 'R' all my voting life because the first time I registered to vote, my mom explained the whole primary system to me. I never saw an advantage to being registered independent.
He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting "All the Gods are bastards."
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#10
I switched from the Republicrat party after the RNC disgrace. I am now a registered Libertarian. I figured the real republicans follow a libertarian platform anyway and there arent many left in the GOP so why not try to help the libertarian party to the forefront.

IMO Neo-cons are not real republicans, they are the statist majority within the GOP.
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