California’s March primary is early enough to help winnow the list of two dozen candidates. Hard on the heels of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada, it offers a huge trove of delegates to the nominating convention. But they’re awarded proportionally; it’s not winner-take-all. And the biggest state in the union is also the most expensive for political campaigns. We’ll look at the opportunities and the challenges.
California Democrats and the Presidential Nomination
- Mike Madrid - Republican political strategist - @madrid_mike
- Darry Sragow - political strategist - @darrysragow
- Carla Marinucci - Politico reporter covering California politics - @cmarinucci