California voters have until Monday to register or to change party
affiliation for the June 7 presidential primary. The primary contest
has sparked a sharp increase in new voter registrations,
especially among Democrats, Latinos and youth, and the newly
registered are expected to number more than two million by
Monday’s deadline. We discuss the implication of these
registration trends and how and where to register if you’ve
moved, changed your name or have just become eligible to vote.
Kim Alexander , president and founder, California Voter Foundation
Paul Mitchell, vice president, Political Data, Inc.