There’ll be a bunch of disappointed Pennsylvanians on election day

downhill vote

While all the people in the look-alike parties get to vote at the April primary election on April 26, those registered independent voters just don’t count in this election.

So while there are folks who are switching parties or signing up with parties just to stop or endorse candidates, the nearly 50,000 registered in Lancaster County who are not registered as a look-alike party person will not be able to fully participate in the upcoming primary.

This article at The Conversation, The waning influence of American political parties” shows though that the ensconced, entrenched passel of GOBAGs in charge of the look-alike parties may be in for a shock one of these days.


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