open primary

NOUN
  1. a primary in which any registered voter can vote (but must vote for candidates of only one party)
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How To Use open primary In A Sentence

  • Defying the leaders of both political parties, moderates are asking voters to approve open primary elections for California.
  • Jones now must try to implement the open primary law in time for the 1998 primary elections.
  • It also means persuading them to open primary current accounts, those receiving the main monthly pay cheque. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also means persuading them to open primary current accounts, those receiving the main monthly pay cheque. Times, Sunday Times
  • Defying the leaders of both political parties, moderates are asking voters to approve open primary elections for California.
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