ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are dueling for support ahead of California’s presidential primary on Tuesday. The Vermont senator is showing few signs of backing off as he seeks to boost his longshot odds for the Democratic nomination.
Sanders’ campaign says it will seek a recanvass in last week’s Kentucky primary, where he trails Clinton by less than one-half of 1 percent. Though not a recount, the recanvass involves reviewing the election results but is not likely to change the results or the awarding of delegates.
The Democratic hopefuls are campaigning in California, where Clinton hopes to make a statement in the June 7 contest that will encourage the party to coalesce around her candidacy. Sanders is aiming for an upset and airing a new ad in the state.
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