District of Columbia: Glitch believed to be based in mobile app erases some D.C. voters’ party affiliation | The Washington Post
Voters reported multiple problems in casting ballots in the District on Tuesday, raising the possibility that technical issues could mar a citywide election for the second year in a row. An unknown number of D.C. voters who went to the polls discovered that their party affiliation had changed — without their authorization. Three voters interviewed by The Post said they were told their registration was no longer Democrat but “N-P,” meaning no party, preventing them from casting regular ballots counted on Election Day. The Distrtict has a closed primary; only voters registered as Democrats, Republicans and D.C. Statehood Green party members can participate.Full Article: Glitch believed to be based in mobile app erases some D.C. voters’ party affiliation - The Washington Post.