Just a reminder from your civic minded friends here at Prop Zero to make sure you get registered to vote by today's deadline. To register you must be at least 18 years of age, a U.S. citizen, and a resident of California. Not sure if you're registered to vote or not? No problem. Click it here for a statewide list of county elections offices.
The easiest way to register is to print out the on line voter registration form. If your printer's on the fritz or you'd rather go "old school" then head down to your county elections office, library, or U.S. Post Office. However you get the form fill it out, sign it and make sure it's postmarked with today's date. Then you're good to vote.
If you've had a change of your name, permanent address or political party choice then you'll definitely want to get a new form in the mail. You're registration should always reflect your current address. Doing time in the Pokey? Your friends at Prop Zero have you covered. Here's the voter's guide for inmates. Still have questions? Here's a quick click to the most frequently asked. Making sure you're registered today will guarantee your voice will be heard on June 8th.