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you just take up their point of views and register as a Democrat with the voting thing.

...Thousands of republicans are now switching to become democrat, after EVERY ONE of the republicans in the senate and house of representative voted to cut off middle class American workers at the knees by not extending unemployment benefits that we the Americans paid our hard earned money to have when we needed it. On the same day, the Pompous and Arrogant republicans, attempted to pass laws that the richest of the rich pay NO TAXES AT ALL (Watch CSPAN 2), while we the middle class are financially eliminated through our jobs being sent overseas.

Don't take my word for this, look at CSPAN and closely WATCH. Their entire focus is on the richest of the rich, because that is where the MONEY IS!

Then watch the democrats speak, they are FOR THE PEOPLE!

That is why I decided to quit blindly following the republican party, and switch to the party that actually helps Americans!

To switch parties, simply go to the Post Office or Local Library and fill out a "Voters Registration Form" requesting to switch your party affiliation. It is easy, free and costs nothing to mail.

Note: There are some good republicans, I was one for many years, I was just simply blind to the fact that their hidden agenda is to protect the rich.

in Ct.:: re-register at the local [ city/town ] Registrar of voters office OR contact your ward Asst. Ward Registtrar OR have a Justice of the Peace change your party affiliatin. want neither ? register as a non-affiliated voter [ NOT independent ]

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Seems straight forward enough. But can one do it online?

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You cant once you've already chosen, sorry.

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You can.There is a deadline though.You go to the County Clerks office and tell them you want to change your voter affiliation.

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I WANT TO CHANE MY VOTE FROM REPUBLICAIAN TO DEMOCRAT

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