Open Party Caucuses

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  • In the United States, a Republican or Democratic caucus where voters can participate without having to be a registered member of the party. A registered voter of one party may even vote in the caucus of the opposing party, although no voter can vote in both. The alternative to the open party caucus is the closed party caucus, where primaries are restricted to those with party membership. States that allow open party caucuses or primaries are Alabama, Arkansas, California (Democrats only), Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana (Democrats only), North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.


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