Enslaved by party affiliation [Letter]

June 30, 2014

Mississippi has an open primary election law that gives voters the right to select candidates regardless of party affiliation ("Incumbent senator wins Miss. GOP primary runoff," June 25).

Years ago, in a fit of madness, I changed my party affiliation and become an independent. The loss of my chance to vote in the primary restored my sanity, however, and I reluctantly returned to the enslavement of a party affiliation.

McNair Taylor

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