It finally happened.

For years Republicans in California has been steadily falling as a share of registered voters. At the same time, “no party preference” voters—those who don’t align themselves with any political party—has been ticking up and up.

This morning, the California Secretary of State’s office made the announcement: Those two lines finally crossed.

Check out all things election-related on the CALmatters voter guide.

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Ben Christopher

Ben covers California politics and elections. Prior to that, he was a contributing writer for CalMatters reporting on the state's economy and budget. Based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, he has written...