Even though outdistanced by Hillary Clinton in the running for the investiture, Bernie Sanders continues his campaign on the West coast.
This caucus is coming very late in the Primaries and represents a serious challenge. Traditionally democratic, California, is the most populated state in the country and turns out to be the most important source of delegates (475). For the senator of Vermont, imposing himself on these lands would allow him to make an impact and to make up for lost time compared to the former First Lady whose number of delegates reaches 760.
The candidate has been able to conquer a part of the Democratic electorate thanks to his progressist projects but his accusers find him unpopular in the eyes of the minorities, and most of all, supported by a white, young and educated electorate. That is the reason why on Monday 23rd of May 2016, the very active campaign team around Bernie Sanders has gathered his partisans during the official opening of a new campaign office in East Los Angeles, knowledgeably chosen as a strategic place considering its important latino-american community.
His supporters are very active and are working at recruiting new voters by going door to door or organizing meetings every saturday in the Pan Pacific Park, Beverly Boulevard.