Yeah, Russell Lee is a very good choice, and he's actually an Austinite. Unlike Robert E. Lee who I doubt ever even set foot in Texas. It's bizarre that there was a school named after him in Austin in the first place.
OK, this has to be Sanders supporters playing coy, right? Because this is 2 CA polls in a row with Clinton at half Obama's margin while it looks just like 2012 most everywhere else. Or maybe it really is tied nationally because Clinton is only winning CA/IL/NY/NJ/MA by 10 while getting Obama 2012 numbers or better everywhere else? If so, Trump is Tilden-level screwed in the EC...
Nah, polls just aren't very good in California. Look at the polls from 2012. PPIC's final poll only had Obama winning California by 12%. Democrats are usually underestimated.
I wonder how many anti-caucus folks would still be making their case of Hillary did better in caucuses than primaries. Anyway, yeah, caucuses are problematic, but so are these pointless votes. A contested primary (which would have to be open, in this state) would probably be a 15-20% Bernie win.
The candidate I supported won all but one caucus in 2008. I still think they should be abolished.