KATHLEEN RONAYNE Associated Press SACRAMENTO (AP) — More than 5 million independent voters, called "no party preference" in California, are eligible to vote in the March 3 presidential primary. Here's what you need to know: WHO CAN THEY VOTE FOR? The Democratic, Libertarian and American Independent parties allow California voters without a party to vote in their presidential primaries. The American Independent party is a conservative political party, but voters sometimes get confused by its name. The Republican, Green and Peace and Freedom parties don't let voters outside the party into their primaries. If someone wants to vote in one of those primaries, they will need to change their registration. HOW DO THEY GET A BALLOT? Independents must affirmatively ask for a presidentia
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