Voters not enrolled in political party can vote in Reform Party primaries –

It can be very confusing for voters, said Dustin Czarny, an Onondaga County Board of Elections commissioner. In most other political parties, voters must be enrolled in that political party to vote in a primary, he said.

In Onondaga County, the Reform Party’s primary rules mean more than 72,000 people not enrolled in a political party could vote in the Reform Party’s primary races, Czarny said. The Reform Party itself has 47 people enrolled in the party in the county, according to board of elections data.

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