Trump Fails To End Crossover Voting In WY Primary

The Casper Star-Tribune reports:

The Donald Trump-endorsed crossover voting bill died Tuesday in the Wyoming House after it was not considered by a legislative deadline.

The bill aimed to end same-day party affiliation changes, meaning voters would not have been able to switch parties in roughly the three months prior to a primary. If the measure had become law, voters may not have known for certain who was running before having to register with a certain party.

Backers wanted to prevent Democrats and independents from changing their registration on election day in order to vote in Republican primaries, a practice commonly known as crossover voting.

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