As California prepares to vote, Clinton on cusp of history

Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters on a last day of Caifornia campaigning on June 6, 2016 in Lynwood, California, where she spoke to supporters at Plaza MexicoCalifornians geared up Monday for their state’s high-profile primary, the last major vote in a process all-but-certain to culminate with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump facing off in the US presidential election. Clinton was mounting a hectic 48-hour campaign push before Tuesday’s primary, hoping to finish strong and end any argument for her nomination rival Bernie Sanders to remain in the race, as he has pledged to do until the Democratic national convention in July. “It’s not over until it’s over, and tomorrow is a really important day particularly right here in California,” the former secretary of state told reporters at a community center in Compton, near Los Angeles.

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