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Voter registration deadline less than a week away

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Voter registration forms can be picked up at the Butte County Elections Office until Monday. Photo credit: Google Maps

The California primary election is coming up on June 7, so anyone wanting to vote has less than a week to register if they have not already.

The deadline for voter registration is next Monday, May 23 at midnight. Voters can register online at the Butte County website.

Alternatively, physical voter registration forms can be accessed at the Butte County Elections Office at 155 Nelson Ave. in Oroville. Local post offices and libraries are providing forms as well. Mail-in voter registration forms must be postmarked by May 23.

Michelle Zhu can be reached be reached at [email protected] or @mmichellezhuu on Twitter.

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