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Not yet registered to vote? You still can through midnight tonight

County Registrar's staff to hold late hour sign-up outside Oakland courthouse

To mark the final hours of the voter registration period for the June 7 Presidential Primary election, the Alameda County Registrar of Voters office will be holding a special "Midnight Madness" voter registration drive from 5 p.m. to midnight Monday.

The registration event will occur outside of Alameda County's courthouse at 1225 Fallon Street, Oakland, on the corner of 12th and Oak streets.

Staff will be available to distribute registration forms, answer questions and receive completed forms right up until the midnight registration deadline.

Registrar staff will also be outside of 1225 Fallon Street at the corners of 13th and Fallon streets, to assist voters who choose to drop off their completed Vote by Mail ballot at the new Ballot Drop Stop.

For moe information, sign on to the Registrar's wwebsite at acvote.org or call (510) 272-6973.

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