What's your party preference? There's a greater chance than ever that you won't answer that.

Just a few days before the June primary, the Secretary of State is out with new figures that show the number of voters who have no party preference has ticked up, while those registered with our two major parties have continued a recent decline.

Twenty-one percent of California voters now register under what used to be known as "decline to state," an increase of about 325,000 people over the last four years.

Republicans now make up 28.6 percent of voters, and Democrats come in with 43.5 percent.

In all, more than 17 million Californians are registered to vote Tuesday, but a lot of them already have through the mail.

Still have that ballot? Drop it off at your county elections office or any polling place in your county. Postmarks don't really cut it anymore.