Should voters be allowed to re-register from one political party to another at the polls on Primary Election Day?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
69% (254 votes)
No
31% (113 votes)
Total votes: 367

Open Line these days

concernedcitizen2
Is it just me or are there others who are tiring very quickly listening to the debate with Texas John about political issues that aren't going to be influenced one twit by local radio?

John's diatribe about who he used to know, used to talk to and used to have coffee with in Texas just doesn't do it for me. I think there are a whole lot of local issues that could be served by this important public forum...

Last week the John show was about half the show. Today its pushing ten minutes.

Thankfully another caller is coming in.

concernedcitizen2

of course!

It would be not only rediculous but unconstitional for someone to be denied the right to have their own opinion should that someone decide that they want to vote for someone out of their registered party, so of course they should be allowed to change their minds and party to vote for whomever they decide they want in office.

J. S. Luckjohn