Big issues are at stake next month in California's primary election.
Don't you want to count? Then you'd better vote! And to do that, you need to register -- and if you've moved addresses or changed party affiliations, you need to re-register, according to reports.
To register, you need to fill out a registration card and mail it in. Voter registration cards are available at county election offices, U.S. post offices and the Department of Motor Vehicles, or at www.sos.ca.gov/nvrc/fedform.
"They must be signed and submitted in person or by mail," the San Jose Mercury News reported. "A mailed registration card postmarked today will satisfy the deadline."
Alameda County: www.acgov.org/rov
Santa Clara County: www.sccgov.org/sites/rov
San Mateo County: www.shapethefuture.org
San Francisco County: www.sfelections.org
There's one exception to this rule, however: newly-sworn Unites States citizens may register and vote at the polls. Welcome to our democracy, fellas.
The election is Tuesday, June 5.