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VICTORY! California Motor Voter – which automatically registers eligible voters when they complete a driver’s license, ID, or change of address transaction at the DMV – completed almost 800,000 voter registration transactions since launching. That includes almost 260,000 new registrations and more than 120,000 updated addresses that wouldn’t have otherwise happened.

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In a sign of how modest expectations have become of Californians actually casting ballots, elections officials and advocates alike found relief Monday in the final tally showing 37% of voters cast ballots in June — small compared with total registration but the highest for a nonpresidential primary since 1998.