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The deadline to register for the June 7 primary is May 23,
but why wait–you can do it online right now.

California voters are typically an afterthought in presidential primary elections with the major party nominations already sewn up by the time we vote in June. Not this year. The likelihood of a brokered Republican convention increased last week when Ohio Gov. John Kasich won his state’s winner-take-all primary.

California is also a winner-take-all state, and we have the most Republican delegates in the nation because of our population.

You must be a registered Republican to vote in the Republican primary.

Whether you’re currently registered as a Republican, Democrat, Independent, or not registered at all–you may register or switch your party affiliation to have an impact on what happens at the convention.

The deadline to register for the June 7 primary is May 23,
but why wait–you can do it online right now.

Click this link to register to vote in California. 

http://registertovote.ca.gov


The link goes to the Secretary of State’s office.
You only need three things to complete your online registration:

  • Your California driver license or California identification card number
  • The last four digits of your social security number
  • Your date of birth

If you’re uncertain if you are currently registered to vote in California,
 check the status of your voter registration.

http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/registration-status/

You may switch your party affiliation at any time, so you may change
to Independent or Democrat following the primary election.

If you still have questions, check the
Secretary of State’s Frequently Asked Questions   page.

http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/frequently-asked-questions/

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