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Photo illustration of of highway alerting people tom coming elections. (Image: Jim Vallee, via Shutterstock)
Earlier this year, the state established a new system that could fundamentally change the relationship between Californians and their voter registration. In a series of changes—most notably the way that voter sign-ups are done at the Department of Motor Vehicles—California has entered an era of nearly automatic voter registration.
Laboratory testing of HCV. (Photo: Jarun Ontakrai, via Shutterstock)
Millennials haven’t inherited the best batch of goods from baby boomers. They got a housing crisis, a shaky job market, and some enormous student loans. But until recently, viral hepatitis was the burden of boomers alone to bear. Now, millennials are also facing an outbreak of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV).
Voters and potential voters at a political rally. (Photo: Joseph Sohm, via Shutterstock)
A hefty chunk of the new voter registrations for California’s June 7 presidential primary election occurred during a 48-hour period this week, stemming from a Facebook effort urging people to sign up, according to the state’s elections officer.