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Donald Trump will be listed ONLY on a Republican ballot.

A change to the California Constitution and the response by political parties to that change redefined which candidates are allowed to be listed on YOUR ballot for President.

(Read more about the "jungle primary")

Find your Registrar of Voters. Ask your quesitons.

California's top-two began with the June 2010 Primary. (A version of it had been defeated in 2004.) This forced the legislator to redefine "partisan" versus "voter-nominated races. Today in California there are ONLY two partisan contests: the President of the United States and local county central committees. All other races for state and federal offices are now defined as voter-nominated candidates. This change continues to be controversial. (Read more here.)

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