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.
Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
Most of the survey polls before Iowa showed Ron Paul with a good lead. He ended up in 3rd place. So a turnaround can happen but I suspect Ron won't get as much 'help' as Romney got in Iowa.
I see a comfortable victory for Romney in NH, unfortunately.
Last day for registered voters to change their party affiliation prior to the Presidential Primary is October 14th, 2011 - check for time/place with your town clerk
Originally posted by JibbyJedi
I live near Nashua, and I have yet to see ONE sign for any candidate other than Ron Paul. Even my small town has RP signs everywhere. These numbers are bogus I'm sure, I've not spoken to anyone here who plans on voting for anyone other than Ron Paul. It's like he's the only one running in the real world, in the TV world he barely exists.