In a Presidential Primary Election, if you registered to vote with a political party, you will receive a ballot that contains Presidential candidates for that political party only.

However, if you are registered as a No Party Preference voter, you will receive a nonpartisan ballot, which will not include candidates for U.S. President.

Some parties will allow you to “crossover” and vote for their candidates. Other parties do not.

For this election, the American Independent Party, Democratic Party and Libertarian Party will allow crossover voting by voters registered as No Party Preference.

Voters who are registered as No Party Preference and want to vote for one of the parties listed above can request a crossover ballot by:

Voters who are registered as No Party Preference and would like to vote for a Presidential candidate affiliated with a party that does not allow crossover voting must re-register with that party to vote for that party’s presidential candidate.

You can re-register to vote online at Voters can also re-register at a polling place and cast a provisional ballot.