No comment from me. You all know what I’m thinking:
Starting Wednesday, Californians can register to vote online, a change implemented just in time for the November presidential election.
Made possible by a 2011 bill authored by Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, the online system will allow people whose signature is already on file with the state Department of Motor Vehicles to transfer their voter registration form electronically to county elections officials from the secretary of state’s website. Since 2009, voters have been able to access a voter registration form online, but until now, they had to print it out and mail it in.
For the November election, Californians have until Oct. 22 to register.
Okay, I’ll add just one thing: The Progressive California legislature just approved driver’s licenses for illegal aliens.
That’s all folks.