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"Most states conduct CLOSED primaries, in which participation is limited to voters registered or declared at the polls as members of the party whose primary is being held" (Thomas E. Patterson, "The American Democracy", Textbook 8th ed., p. 227, emphasis added)

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Q: What kind of primaries do most states conduct?
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