About two dozen people went to the county elections office Monday to take advantage of the last day to register to vote in the California Primary next month, officials said.
"It was business as usual," said Bruce Bradley, the assistant registrar of voters for Ventura County. "We had more people coming to get their absentee ballots than people coming in to register."
Bradley said his office received more than 1,000 pieces of mail Monday. "But most of those seem to be changes of address or party, rather than affidavits (of registration)," he said.
More than 366,000 people are registered to vote in Ventura County in the June 7 election, a precursor to the fall ballot that will decide the next governor and a host of local and other statewide offices.