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There are three political parties in Massachusetts:
If you enroll in any of these three parties, you may vote only in that party's primary. Enrollment in a political party does not affect your right to vote in the general elections.
In the general election, all voters receive the same ballot and vote for the candidate of their choice, regardless of party enrollment.
If you do not wish to enroll in a party, check the box next to "NO PARTY (UNENROLLED)" on the registration form.
In addition to the three "political Parties" listed above, there are certain political designations. Currently these are:
If you enroll in any political designations listed above, YOU MAY NOT VOTE in any state or presidential PRIMARY.
Once you make an enrollment choice, you may change your enrollment status by notifying your election official in writing at least 20 days before an election.