Donald Trump has shaken up the Republican presidential primary, but there are still three others seeking the GOP nomination – raising the possibility that California’s June 7 primary election could help decide the nominee. If that happens, Republican turnout could surge, with Trump as a flashpoint. Here an audience member raises a sign as Trump speaks during a November rally in Iowa.
Donald Trump has shaken up the Republican presidential primary, but there are still three others seeking the GOP nomination – raising the possibility that California’s June 7 primary election could help decide the nominee. If that happens, Republican turnout could surge, with Trump as a flashpoint. Here an audience member raises a sign as Trump speaks during a November rally in Iowa. Charlie Neibergall Associated Press file
Donald Trump has shaken up the Republican presidential primary, but there are still three others seeking the GOP nomination – raising the possibility that California’s June 7 primary election could help decide the nominee. If that happens, Republican turnout could surge, with Trump as a flashpoint. Here an audience member raises a sign as Trump speaks during a November rally in Iowa. Charlie Neibergall Associated Press file
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Competitive state GOP primary could energize Valley races

March 05, 2016 03:58 PM

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