Monday is the deadline to sign up to vote in the November 6 election. This year, for the first time, California voters can register completely online.
544-thousand Californians registered online in the first month, and the number’s expected to grow.
Political Data Inc. – a non-partisan company that analyzes election stats — profiled the first 50,000 Californians to sign up and found that about a third were younger than 26. That group of voters is twice as likely to register as Democrats than as Republicans.
Los Angeles County’s reported online registration is contributing to a record-setting pace in voter registrations. About 150,000 people registered last month. That represents a jump of 30,000 from the September before the last presidential election.
Voters may register at the California Secretary of State’s website until midnight Oct. 22.