So, folks, the next race is coming up in New Hampshire and recent polls show Mitt Romney with
a very strong 20 point
The wikipedia article
is interesting because it says that anyone can vote in the primary
and it's not restricted to "members of the party only"-- however, as a registered Democrat, I couldn't vote for anyone in the Republican primary
if I lived in New Hampshire (which I don't.) I'd have to change my affiliation.
It is not a closed primary, in which votes can be cast in a party primary only by people registered with that party. Undeclared voters — those
not registered with any party — can vote in either party primary. However, it does not meet a common definition of an open primary, because people
registered as Republican or Democrat on voting day cannot cast ballots in the primary of the other party.
Here's a link to the New Hampshire GOP website
where you can keep current with what that state party is up to.
(this will be unpinned after the NH election.)