The voter registration deadline looms Monday for those who want to participate in the June 3 California primary election.
New voters, plus anyone who has moved, changed names or switched party affiliation must complete their registration by the deadline.
Registration is available online at RegisterToVote.ca.gov or through a resident's home county.
Paper applications are available at local public libraries, U.S. Post Office branches, state Department of Motor Vehicles offices and many other state government offices.
In next month's election, voters will weigh in on races for governor, secretary of state and other statewide offices, and for all the state's 53 seats in the House of Representatives, all 80 in the state Assembly and half of those in the 40-member state Senate.
Local contests include those for sheriff, assessor and two members of the Board of Supervisors in Los Angeles County. There are also a mayoral runoff in Long Beach, a special election to fill a seat on the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education and numerous races for Superior Court judges.
Several other jurisdictions are holding elections the same day and Monday's registration deadline applies to those as well.
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