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California Primary

  1. 2020 elections
    Is the 2020 Dem Presidential Field Finally Shrinking Rather Than Expanding?Tom Steyer’s withdrawal is a good sign that everybody in America isn’t running to face Donald Trump.
  2. 2020 election
    Kamala Harris Updates Obama’s Winning Strategy for 2020Twelve years after Obama’s breakthrough, it’s unclear Harris can emulate it given a giant field and polarized politics.
  3. Turnout for an Epochal California Primary Will Probably Be TerribleThe stakes in the June 5 top-two primary in the Golden State are very high. But voters aren’t that excited, and the outcome is hard to predict.
  4. early and often
    The California Primary Is Finally Over, and Clinton Still WonClinton’s lead over Sanders was cut to 7 percent, but not reversed, after late mail and provisional ballots were counted.
  5. No, the Associated Press Did Not Steal California for ClintonSome Sanders supporters are saying an early “call” of the nomination by the AP suppressed Bernie’s vote. The numbers don’t bear that out.
  6. Clinton Wins Big in California, Sanders Vows to Fight OnSanders promises to fight on to Philadelphia, but is he just letting his supporters down slowly?
  7. The Sanders Campaign Is Divided Over How It Wants to DieOne top Sanders aide wants to find “common ground” with Clinton after the final votes are cast – another wants to fight through the convention. It’s not clear whose side the boss is on.
  8. Calfornia Senate Race Likely Democrats OnlyThanks to the state’s exotic top-two primary system.
  9. early and often
    Ronald Reagan’s Son: My Dad Wouldn’t Support TrumpHe won’t be voting for Trump in tomorrow’s California primary, either.
  10. California Democratic Primary PreviewThe kind of close win Bernie Sanders might achieve certainly won’t win him the nomination.
  11. ‘Gold Standard’ Poll Shows Clinton and Sanders Neck and Neck in CaliforniaBernie has closed the margin — but he won’t get the landslide he needs.
  12. Secret Service Defends Sanders From ProtestersMembers of the animal-rights group Direct Action Everywhere. 
  13. Bernie and Hillary Are Ending California’s Candidate DroughtIn some rare attention for the state, Sanders is focusing on areas hit by the housing crisis, while Clinton campaigns to hold the line.
  14. Poll: Sanders Leads Among Nonwhite CaliforniansA highly regarded California poll shows Sanders leading among nonwhite voters and Clinton among white voters. It’s all about age.
  15. For Bernie Sanders in California, Time Is Slipping AwayHe needs a landslide to get close to Hillary Clinton in pledged delegates, but the signs are not pointing to that. 
  16. early and often
    Hillary Clinton Has More Important Things to Do Than Debate Bernie SandersLike coming up with a plan to stop Trump.