SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Monday is the last day to register online to vote in the June 5 statewide primary election. 

However, registering to vote is still possible in person at county registrars up until the day of the primary. It’s known as conditional registration and California is allowing the practice for the first time this year, according to a spokesman for the San Francisco Board of Elections.

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To vote, a person must be a California resident, at least 18 years old by Election Day and not be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction.

People who have moved or changed their name must re-register to vote, according to the Contra Costa County elections office.

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People can register to vote at registertovote.ca.gov or fill out a paper card available at any City Hall, post office, library or election office.

California residents can check their voter registration status, polling place, mail-in ballot status and more by going to their county web page.

 

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