Candidates, Party Elites and Protesters Gather for California Republican Convention

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The California GOP convention kicked off in Burlingame on Friday, as hundreds staged protests against Donald Trump. The convention takes place amid expectations that voters in the state's June 7 primary will have a hand in picking a presidential nominee for the first time in decades. We discuss the candidates' positions, shifting alliances within the party and the latest delegate counts.


Scott Shafer, senior editor for KQED's California Politics and Government Desk