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How Independent voters can vote in the Democratic primary



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AS KCRA-3'S SHAROKINA SHAMS

EXPLAINS, IT'S BECAUSE OF HOW

THEY REGISTERED TO VOTE.

REPORTER: MORE THAN 94,000

SACRAMENTO

OUNTY VOTERS HAVE

ALREADY RETURNED THEIR BALLOTS.

>>

IT IS LIKE THROWING A PARTY

AND NO ONE IS

COMING SO NOW WE

ARE THROWING A PARTY AND PEOPLE

ARE SHOWING UP SO IT WILL BE A

GOOD DAY.

REPORTER: BUT THERE IS CONFUSION

AMONG VOTERS REGISTERED AS NO

PARTY PREFERENCE.

IT IS NOT SUPPOSED TO

LIST THE

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES AT ALL

BUT MANY DO NOT KNOW THAT.

>> I THINK OUR VOTING PROCESS

COULD DEFINITELY BE DARK

EFFICIENT.

REPORTER: IF YOU WANT TO

VOTE

FOR A REPUBLICAN YOU HAVE TO BE

REGISTERED AS A REPUBLICAN AND

THAT DEADLINE IS UP.

IF YOU WANT TO VOTE FOR A

DEMOCRATIC ENDED AND YOUR

REGISTERED AS NO PARTY

PREFERENCE COME YOU STILL CAN WE

NEED TO REQUEST A DEMOCRATIC

ABOUT.

IF YOU DO NOT YOU WILL GET A

BOUT WITH NO PRESIDENTIAL

CANDIDATES ON IT.

PAUL MITCHELL IS ONE OF THE

STATES MOST WELL-KNOWN NUMBERS

CRUNCHERS.

HE SAYS EXIT POINT A SHOWING OF

THE INDEPENDENT VOTERS WOULD

TURN IN A BOUT ALREADY, 40%

WANTED A DEMOCRATIC ABOUT BUT

ONLY 15% REQUESTED ONE.

>> THEY JUST DID NOT

HAVE THEM

ON THE DOUBT AND DID NOT KNOW

HOW TO GET THE RIGHT OUT.

IT IS A BLACK EYE FOR OUR

ELECTION PROCESS.

REPORTER: THE THING TO DO NOW IS

REQUEST A DEMOCRATIC ABOUT AT

THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE OR AT

YOUR POLLING PLACE ON ELECTION

DAY.