An independent voter is a person who does not want to be affiliated with any particular political party. In the United States, this means independent voters do not consider themselves to be part of either the Republican ... More »

To change your political party registration, fill out a new voter registration form, and select a new political party. Then, submit the voter registration form online, by mail or in person. More »

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Wisconsin voters can find information about the candidates in a governors race at WisconsinVote.org. Sponsored by Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television, the site is an independent source reporting on Wis... More »

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In most states, declaration of political party affiliation occurs when a person initially registers to vote. The process of declaring a political party affiliation after the voter registration process varies between stat... More »

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A single-issue party is a political party that argues and promotes legislation for a single issue. Green parties in various nations, for example, started off as parties focusing solely on the environment. More »

The Public Broadcasting Service offers a free, 12-question quiz to determine political party leanings on its website, PBS.org. The quiz is based on survey results by the Pew Research Center. People-Press.org has a longer... More »

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Candidates in a primary election are seeking to secure the nomination of a certain political party so as to allow that candidate to run in the general election ballot. After candidates file to run in the primary election... More »

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