1 How do I change my Party affiliation? No, no - not that kind of party! Your political party...Many people ask how they can change their party and some realize that don’t they have prompted a change even . rimary Partisan P lection your party affiliation changes accordingly. Any time you vote a party ballot in a E change your political party affiliation Under Ohio election law, you can in a Partisan Primary Election . This only llot type for the political party with which you w ish to be affiliated ( Ohio Revised is done by requesting the ba Once your vote is cast your party affiliation cannot be changed again until ). Code Section 3513.19 and 3513.20 Partisan P rimary E lection. the next may be conce rned about their party affiliation so be careful when Some people requesting a ballot a Partisan Primary Election . I f you request a ballot to vote for a can didate in a different in nge to the new party. party than that which you are currently associated with your party affiliation will cha ? Can I vote for any Candidate I choose regardless of my party G eneral E Yes, in a lection you can vote for any candidate you are comfortable with regardless of your party affiliation and it won’t affect your attachment to your curre nt party . Only in a Partisan Primary Election can a vote for a different party change your party status. A party affiliation simply means you are associated with that political party because of the party ballot you voted in Partisan Primary Elec the last tion. ! You have an Option wish to have a party affiliation and want to be considered an unaffiliated voter , or as If you don’t some consider an “Independent Voter” , then you need to not party ballot in a Partisan Primary Election. You may, vote a howev er, vote a Questions and Issues ballot if there are Q & I’s to vote on in your prec inct. Sometimes there are no Questions and Issues , in which case you would have nothing to vote on. Note that no candidates appear on a Questions and Issues ballot. f I have a Party Affiliati on and I don’t want it anymore? What i Relax, you’re in luck. If you’ve already been associated with a party and now want to be unaffiliated all you have to do is wait until the next Partisan Primary Election and only vote the Questions and Issues ballot if one is available to you in your precinct. As lon g as you don’t vote a party ballot in a Partisan Primary Election for two years rty association will be removed. your pa One Last Nugget Sometimes in a Partisan Primary Election there may only be one party in your precinct that has a ballot. When this happens many people think they have to vote because it’s an election. However, if you vote and the ballot is for candidates of another party other than the one you are associated with, the n your party affiliation will change to reflect the party you voted for.
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