(1) The declaration of affiliation of each registered elector shall remain as recorded
in the registration record until the elector changes or withdraws his or her affiliation.
(2) Any eligible elector who has not declared an affiliation with a political party
or political organization must be designated on the registration records of the county
clerk and recorder as “unaffiliated”. Any unaffiliated eligible elector may, but is not required to, declare a political
party affiliation when the elector desires to vote at a primary election, or the elector
may declare his or her political party or political organization affiliation at any
other time during which electors are permitted to register by submitting a letter
or a form furnished by the county clerk and recorder, by mail, in person, or online
in accordance with section 1-2-202.5. An unaffiliated eligible elector need not declare an affiliation to vote in a presidential
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