Party affiliation is asked in some states (not mine) during a primary election so you pick which party primary to vote in. You can’t vote in both. These are the preliminary elections when parties pick who their candidate will be for the real thing.
This is only during the primaries to choose the candidates for each party. In my state, if you are registered independent you can choose to vote in either party’s primary. In the general election, you can vote for whoever you want regardless of what party you are affiliated with.
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