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CVF supports SB 207/Hurtado, emergency legislation that if enacted, will allow voters who are already registered in their county to update their address or political party preference by completing an affidavit instead of a conditional voter registration application. 

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Millions of Californians registered as No Party Preference who are also vote-by-mail voters have been sent postcards from their local registrars of voters letting them know that they need to request a "cross over" ballot to vote in the Democratic Presidential primary or re-register to vote in the Republican Presidential primary. More from Mike Luery's Dec. 17 KCRA news story

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The Presidential Primary is coming March 3! Get ready by checking your voter registration status. California voters must be registered with the party whose candidate they wish to vote for. Learn more at How To Vote For U.S. President

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