Donald Trump and the other two Republican candidates were in California over the weekend. In a speech at the GOP convention, Ted Cruz tailored his message to California Republicans by talking about the Delta smelt and the state’s tough environmental regulations. But, nationally, the candidates’ messaging has consistently included criticisms of President Obama’s economic policies. But in California, the unemployment rate is only 5.4 percent and the state’s economy is expected to grow faster than the national economy this year. So does messaging on a trainwreck economy that’s worked so well elsewhere in the country land with California audiences?