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sagehen2/26/2019 7:28:04 am PST

re: #117 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

Of course I misspoke when I said Washington used to be the only state with open “primaries”. At that time all we had were caucuses. What I meant was you didn’t have to register as a member of any party. I’ve been questioned on that, and can’t swear to it (WA being the only state like that, I mean), but my geology teacher registered a bunch of us for the first time when the voting age went down and he was a state representative, so you’d think he’d know what he was talking about.

Virginia I think you also don’t register as a member of a party; on primary day, you tell them at the desk which ballot you want. And maybe Missouri?