RIVERSIDE (CNS) - The number of mail-in ballots returned to the Riverside County Registrar of Voters' Office at this point is nearly double the intake at the same juncture during the previous presidential election in 2016, the registrar said Monday, Oct. 19. ``We currently have 105,327 ballots returned,'' Rebecca Spencer told City News Service. ``At this point in time during the 2016 election cycle, we had 57,682 ballots returned.'' All registered voters countywide are being sent ballots, for a total to date of 1,224,213, according to Spencer. Today is the deadline to register to vote in California. Residents who have recently registered are eligible to receive an absentee ballot, straight up to election day on Nov. 3. Those who don't receive one can still cast a provisional ballot at a
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