Is the presidential preference election a primary?
No! It is strictly a preference election and the only candidates that will appear on this ballot are presidential nominees from their respective political parties.

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1. How does a voter registered as an Independent receive a ballot for the Primary Election?
2. What do I need to bring with me on Election Day?
3. I have recently moved. What is the deadline date to update my voter registration?
4. I still have my early ballot on Election Day. Will I have to wait in line at the polling location to drop off my ballot.
5. I was given a provisional ballot to vote, why?
6. I did not have ID with me on Election Day, when is the deadline to provide ID for my vote to count?
7. Is the presidential preference election a primary?
8. Can independent voters cast a vote in the presidential preference election?
9. Do all recognized parties participate in the presidential preference election?
10. Will I get my early ballot for the presidential preference election if I am on the permanent early voter list.
11. I am not registered with a recognized party, can I still vote in the Primary Election?
12. Can I vote for a different party's candidate on my ballot?
13. I am an independent voter, why can't I select the independent party's ballot?
14. I received the ballot for the party I am registered with but want to vote for a different party. May I get a new ballot?
15. What are valid and sufficient forms of ID to provide when voting?