In a general election, voters can vote for any candidate of their choice on the ballot. Voters often vote for a variety of candidates of differing parties on their general election ballot, including write in candidates. Each vote on the ballot is counted for the candidate of the voter's choice regardless of party affiliation.
In a state primary, voters may only vote for candidates from one political party. They are free to choose any of the political parties on the partisan primary ballot.
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