Monday is the last day to register to vote for the June 8 statewide primary election, county Clerk-Recorder Julie Rodewald has announced.
Voter registrations must be postmarked or received in the County Clerk-Recorder’s office by May 24, Rodewald wrote in a press release.
Voters who have moved or wish to change their political party must complete a new voter registration card. Any voter registering by this deadline will receive a postcard with his or her polling place location. They will not receive the sample ballot booklet issued by the county or the state voter guide.