A careful examination of California's presidential ballot will reveal the names Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and Roseanne Barr.
Yes, that Roseanne -- along with 22 other candidates for the White House.
Since President Obama is the only Democrat running here on Tuesday and Mitt Romney's competitors have fallen by the wayside, it's a foregone conclusion the two will easily win their respective contests and eventually secure their party's presidential nomination. But for voters not satisfied with those choices, there are alternatives, including Barr, a Green Party candidate.
"This campaigning stuff is really grueling," Barr told Fox News in an interview. "If you didn't really believe in what you were doing, I don't know why you'd want to do it."
Even some of Barr's fellow Green Party members think her run is more a stunt than a realistic attempt to shape public policy. She may lacks the polish of most serious candidacies, but Barr's recent performance in a debate with leading Green candidate Jill Stein showed her firm handle on issues she calls common sense: help for small farmers, increasing taxes on the wealthy and forgiving billions of dollars of student loan debt.