Monday is the deadline to register online (or by mail) to vote in the May 24 presidential primary. You can register in person through May 16, though.

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So you want to vote in Washington’s May 24 presidential primary?

You have until midnight to register to vote online.

It’s not difficult. Seriously, just go to the Secretary of State’s website. (You’ll need a valid driver’s license or state identification card to complete the process).

Today’s also the deadline to change your address if you moved. You can check and change your information at the state’s MyVote website. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by midnight.

If you miss the online deadline, there’s still some time to register in person. May 16 is the deadline to register at your local county elections office.

Ballots for the presidential primary will be mailed out May 6.

Voters have until Oct. 10 to register online for the Nov. 8 general election.

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