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PLEASE continue to speak up about this! The two "major" political parties agreed on this exposed identification requirement and -- technically -- they have a valid point. I could have caucused for the Republican party, then voted Democratic in the primary. Assuming the parties cross-check both lists, I'd be discovered as "voting" twice. But declared party affiliation is not who we are in Washington State. And -- taken to its natural conclusion of closed primaries -- effectively disenfranchises many, plus stifles upstart parties. But also please vote. And begrudgingly declare on the outside of the envelope for one party or the other. IF you don't, you vote doesn't count.

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