GOP Presidential Campaigns Vie for California's Votes

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Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz(L) Donald Trump (C)and John Kasich. (DSK/AFP/Getty Images)

For the first time in decades, voters in California's Republican
primary may have a decisive role in picking the GOP presidential
nominee. As the June 7 primary approaches, Donald Trump, Ted
Cruz and John Kasich are fighting tooth-and-nail to secure the
state's 172 delegates. In this hour, we discuss immigration, the
economy and a range of other domestic and foreign policy issues
with representatives for the final three GOP candidates.


Michael Schroeder, California political director and state co-chair, Ted Cruz for President; former chair of the California Republican Party

Doug Ose, volunteer, Donald Trump's campaign; former U.S. congressman

Robert Molnar, political advisor, John Kasich campaign; served as special
assistant to California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner from 2007-2011.