How can the Democrat party challenge a crossover voter in an open primary?

By admin ~ February 2nd, 2011 @ 7:30 pm
The law states that it is not up to a politician to determine the intent of the voter.
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2 Responses to How can the Democrat party challenge a crossover voter in an open primary?

  1. Mister2-15-2

    Agree with you, but will offer one exception: In Ohio you have to take some pledge to party you register under punishable by 2,500 dollar fine. Let say in ward x 100 people are registered Democrats, but like Harlem not one person voted for Obama, or third party than everyone that signed in should be fined 2,500 or there were 100 Republicans and no one voted for McCain they too should be fined. Do away with that stupid law, but follow laws that are on the books. Like the law in Florida that says you cannot shop for a doctor to get drugs, which is another less than great crafted law.

  2. justgoodfolk

    They can’t. The law is the law

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