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.

Guests:

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

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