Presidential Election

Donald Trump plans Sacramento rally, Bernie Sanders in Davis

In Fresno speech, Donald Trump on water, farms and fish

At a rally at downtown Fresno's Selland Arena, the Republican presidential candidate covered a wide range of topics Friday, May 27, 2016.
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At a rally at downtown Fresno's Selland Arena, the Republican presidential candidate covered a wide range of topics Friday, May 27, 2016.

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders won’t be debating. But they’ll hold competing rallies in Sacramento and Davis on Wednesday, speaking at roughly the same time about 20 miles apart.

Hillary Clinton will return to California the following day, as the June 7 primary nears.

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, and Clinton, who is all but certain to win the Democratic nomination, have been out of state in recent days, while Sanders’ campaign has continued to scrap here.

Hear presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' comments on the high price of campaign advertising on California TV, legalized recreational marijuana, Gov. Jerry Brown, and his plans for the Democratic National Convention. He was interviewed on May 9,

Returning to California on Wednesday, Trump will appear at the Sacramento Jet Center at 7 p.m.

Sanders continues to draw large crowds to his rallies despite lagging far behind Clinton in the delegate count. He will campaign in Emeryville, Santa Cruz and Monterey on Tuesday, before rallies in Palo Alto and Davis the following day.

Door open at 5 p.m. for the Davis rally, at Hutchison Intramural Field.

David Siders: 916-321-1215, @davidsiders

At a rally at downtown Fresno's Selland Arena, the Republican presidential candidate covered a wide range of topics Friday, May 27, 2016.

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