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SACRAMENTO — Record high voter registration in the golden state means that nearly 18 million Californians can vote in Tuesday’s election.

Of those, 650,000 of them registered in just the last month and a half. That means 72 percent of eligible Californians are registered to vote, a state record for a primary election.

While Republicans, Democrats, and independents had increases in registration, minor parties like Libertarian, Green, and American Independent parties saw decreases.

The voter registration breakdown by party for the June Primary is as follows:

  • Democratic 44.82%
  • Republican 27.29%
  • No Party Preference (Independent) 23.32%
  • American Independent 2.55%
  • Libertarian .64%
  • Green .43%
  • Peace and Freedom .40%

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