CalWatchdog Morning Read – April 28

by CalWatchdog Staff | April 28, 2016 8:27 am


Good morning. Happy Friday eve!

All eyes are on California as presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle are planning big pushes in the Golden State.

A poll last week showed Sen. Bernie Sanders within six points of Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton in California, with 12 percent of respondents undecided. 

Both campaigns have “zeroed in on California as a must win,” writes CalWatchdog[1]. Although big losses on Tuesday for Sanders has the Vermonter “conceding he’d now have to focus on merely influencing the party’s agenda.”

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