Presidential Election 2016
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump drew criticism Tuesday from California Attorney General and U.S. Sen. candidate Kamala Harris for saying that Judge Gonzalo Curiel has a “conflict of interest” in presiding over the Trump University lawsuit because of his Mexican heritage.
The Sacramento Bee's Dan Walters is excited that for the first time in a long time Californians were actually treated to a full blown presidential campaign, with all nominees from both parties campaigning up and down the state. Despite California voters actually being treated like they mattered, it still seems as if most people 'could care less.'
Hillary Clinton has garnered enough votes to clinch the Democratic nomination for president. But that was only the first half of the game. Now, Hillary Clinton has to turn her gameplan toward the general election, and here are the first three things she needs to do in order to win the presidency.
Darrell Steinberg, candidate for Sacramento mayor said that he supports Hillary Clinton for President during a rally at Sacramento City College.
A Hillary Clinton supporter at a rally in Sacramento says it's time for Bernie Sanders to end his bid to be the Democratic nominee for president. Supporters waited in line to see Clinton at Sacramento City College on Sunday, June 5, 2016.
Birdie Carinci, 22, of Sacramento, a Hillary Clinton supporter, says she supports Hillary Clinton for president because Clinton best understands women's issues. Carinci was among waiting to see Clinton speak at Sacramento City College on Sunday, June 5, 2016.
Donald Trump called an African-American supporter "my African-American" during a rally in Redding, Calif. on June 3, 2016.
Donald Trump accused Hillary and Bill Clinton of making nice with President Barack Obama for political gain at a rally in Redding, Calif. on June 3, 2016.
Over 9,000 people listened to Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at a rally at UC Davis, Wednesday, June 1.
Students at the Bernie Sanders rally Wednesday night at UC Davis were divided on whether they could ultimately for Hillary Clinton if she is the Democratic nominee.