When it comes to state presidential primaries, California is the largest prize, with 172 delegates up for grabs. For many years, the Golden State hasn't had an impact on the presidential races because the vote happens so late.
This year, California holds its primary on June 7, the final day of primary voting, and it may have a crucial influence. Guy Marzorati, from Here & Now contributor KQED, reports on why California's primary comes last, and why it could play a pivotal role in selecting the GOP nominee.
This segment aired on April 11, 2016.