When Jake Digman votes on Tuesday, he won’t cast a ballot for Democrats or Republicans.
He’ll vote for Libertarians.
”I think it’s about time,” said Digman, 27, of Cuyahoga Falls. ”We are a country founded on picking the best person for the job. People need to know they have other options.”
Ohio voters will have more choices than they’ve had in decades in this primary.
Besides Democrats and Republicans, voters can request ballots for minor parties — Libertarian, Constitution, Green and Socialist. They also ask for nonpartisan or issues-only ballots.
Digman compares this to selecting a soda, with the two major parties being Coke and Pepsi.
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