California primary may have an impact on presidential race
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The remaining presidential candidates are now fighting for votes are delegates in new York state.
Senator Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Governor John Kasich are there.
Over the last few days, on the Democratic side, a feud is building between Clinton and Sanders.
Each candidate says the other is not qualified to become president.
On the Republican side, John Kasich is promising he will do well in New York and is also predicting a contested convention for the Republicans.
The New York primary is about a week and a half away on April 19.
California may finally have an impact on the presidential primary race.
California has historically been one of the last primaries of the presidential cycle, despite the fact we have the most delegates for both parties, as well as the most electoral votes in the general election.