How the Clinton-Trump contest works out is going revolve around a question that’s been central to the last two decades of politics here in California – can you get further by rallying votes from immigrants, or from people who hate and fear them? We’ll go over what the voter registration and exit polling data from election day tell us about the November face-off. Plus: progressives make major advances in San Francisco, the top-two primary system delivers a rash of Democrat-on-Democrat contests for the Fall, and Bernie Sanders announces he’s meeting with President Obama — we run through all the fallout from the last vote before the big one.
- Mindy Romero, Founder and Director of the California Civic Engagement Project at UC Davis
- Michael Madrid, Fellow at the University of Southern California’s Unruh Institute; Republican strategist
- Ruth Conniff, editor-in-chief of The Progressive
- Tom Campbell, former five-term Republican Congressman from the South Bay, now Dean of the Chapman University School of Law
- Terry Christensen, professor emeritus at San Jose State University, and a specialist on local and state politics
- Tom Ammiano, recently termed-out Assemblymember representing San Francisco; newly-elected member of the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee