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Monday is last day to register to vote in Nov. 6 election

October 22, 2012 |  6:38 am

Election

Today (Monday) is the last chance to register to vote in the Nov. 6 general election, according to the California Secretary of State's website.

So all those who want President Obama to have another four years in the White House, and those who would like to see him replaced with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, and those who are unhappy with both major political parties and want to support another contender, need to register by the end of the day if they want to cast a ballot.

And there's a lot more to vote on than the presidential election, including a host of state propositions, political races and local measures. The Times' offers a list of endorsements.

People may register online or check their registration status.

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— Ari Bloomekatz

Photo: A clerk sorts vote-by-mail ballots. Credit: Allen Schaben / Los Angeles Times.
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