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Is It Too Last To Vote In The North Carolina Primaries?

I registered to vote in North Carolina in the last election and wanted to vote for the 2012 primaries. Also, I am registered as a Democrat, I heard that this might stop me from being able to vote for Ron Paul. Is this true?
Still new to the voting process.. but more involved than I have ever been.

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  • Eddie says:

    No, still plenty of time to switch to Republican. The Primary isn’t until May so you should be fine. Edit: I wasn’t sure but the other person is right. You can vote in a North Carolina primary as an unaffiliated voter but can only vote in one primary though (not that that will be a factor this year). By the way, high five to a fellow North Carolinian for liking Ron Paul!

    September 8, 2013 at 8:27 pm
  • coldfuse says:

    In North Carolina, Republican primaries are open to all registered voters. If you vote in the Republican primary, obviously, you are not allowed to vote in the Democrat primary, too.

    September 9, 2013 at 2:51 am

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