The most important primary of the presidential nominating contest just might be the very last one. On June 7, California could determine whether Donald Trump is able to amass enough delegates to clinch the nomination and avoid a chaotic open convention in Cleveland, NBC News reports.
Now three veteran California Republican operatives are launching an effort to keep Trump from winning a mass of delegates in California, localizing the stop-Trump effort, by focusing on the fight, district-by-district.
Rob Stutzman, a campaign veteran, is leading the effort with two of his colleagues, Richard Temple and Ray McNally, and their goal is lofty.
"I think it's possible Trump gets shut out in California," Stutzman told NBC News.