California Primary May Sway GOP Presidential Nomination for the First Time in Decades

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With the Republican presidential nominee still far from decided, California's June 7 primary may play a key role for the first time in decades. At play are 172 delegates, the most awarded by any single state. We discuss California's potential sway in the presidential race and a new poll that shows Donald Trump leading among likely Republican primary voters in California.


Mark Baldassare, CEO, Public Policy Institute of California

Sean Walsh, Republican political consultant, Morgan Lewis Consulting

Harmeet Dhillon, vice-chair, California Republican Party; attorney, Dhillon Law Group Inc.

Thad Kousser, associate professor of political science, University of California San Diego