If a voter is enrolled in a political party, they may only vote in that party’s primary. For example, if a voter is registered as a Democrat, they may only receive a Democratic ballot, or if a voter is registered as a Republican, they may only receive a Republican ballot.
There are currently only two political parties – Democratic and Republican.
An unenrolled voter, commonly referred to as “independent,” may vote in any primary. When appearing at the check-in, the voter must declare which party ballot they want to receive.