While it's not official yet, California is on target to have more registered voters than its record high set back in February of 2009.
More than 679,000 people registered to vote in the final 45 days leading up to this week's registration deadline.
The Secretary of State's Office says those numbers will go up as county elections officials continue to verify applications.
Kim Alexander with the California Voter Foundation called online registration a success since more than half of the 679,000 people registered online.
ALEXANDER: "You have to re-register to vote every time you move and that particularly effects young people who are the ones who are most likely mobile, so have an online option to not only register online but to update their registration is going to enable a lot more people to participate."