BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The last day to register to vote in California's Super Tuesday primary election is Tuesday, Feb. 18.
To register to vote online, you will need a driver's license or identification card, the last four digits of your social security, and your date of birth. Start your application here. If English is not your first language there are forms in other languages.
You can also sign and return your paper registration forms at any available post offices, public libraries and election offices.
If you prefer to send it by mail, make sure your registration form is postmarked February 18 in order for it to be accepted.
If you miss the deadline, you have the opportunity to conditionally register to vote and vote provisionally at your local county elections office.
Gov. Gavin Newsom also signed a bill last week to let California voters change their party affiliation and update their address at polling stations on Election Day by signing a single form.