What people registered as No-Party Preference need to know before going to the polls
To vote for the candidate you want, be aware of crossover voting!
Presidential Primaries are unique. Political parties decide whether voters registered as No-Party Preference can "crossover" and vote for one of their candidates. For the June 7, 2016 Presidential Primary, the American Independent*, Democratic and Libertarian parties allow “crossover” voting. *American Independent is a political party, not the same as being registered No-Party Preference.
Poll voters registered as No-Party Preference need to request a "crossover" ballot upon checking-in at their polling location. Choosing a “crossover” ballot will not change your registered party preference.
Voters registered as No-Party Preference who want to vote for a Republican, Green, or Peace & Freedom Presidential candidate must re-register to vote for one of those respective parties by May 23, 2016.
Re-register to vote on-line: http://www.registertovote.ca.gov
Request a registration form: 209-525-5201