Is there a PC term used for voters that register under a party in order to elect another party?
For example, let's say someone registers as a republican in their state so they can deliberately vote for a representative that's not going to win in order to further his/her democratic candidate. I saw a Post Secret about this and am interested to know more.
Yes, I believe it is deceitful voter or liar. Great question!
The PC term for people who do that kind of a thing is "Honesty-Challenged Voters."
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