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500,000 Have Registered to Vote Since December

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There is no doubt that California's role in the outcome of the presidential race is extremely important. The next two weeks leading up to the primary election, Super Tuesday, are going to be crazy and pivotal.

The Daily News is reporting that over a half million people have registered to vote just since December. That number is unprecedented. "In 2004, the increase was 258,034 at the 60-day benchmark before the primary, and 362,335 in 2000."

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Tomorrow is the last day people can register if they want to vote on February 5th. Learn how to here.

In addition to the presidential race, there are local measures to say 'yes' or 'no' on as well. We've explored a few so far, more to come: