California has undergone a dramatic transformation over the last fifty years but not so the California Republican Party. Today, only 25.9% of Californians are registered as Republicans, down more than eight points of registration in ten years. At this pace, Republicans will soon be the third most popular party registration in California, behind Democratic and No Party Preference. Not a single statewide elected official is Republican and the party is a super-minority in both houses of the legislature. With an unpopular Republican as president and the number of new registrants willing to identify as Republican at record lows, in the absence of change the California Republican Party has lower to go.