Governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation to move up California's 2020 presidential primary, making it three months earlier than the 2016 contest. The measure aims to give the nation's most populous state more sway in choosing the Republican and Democratic nominees. The state awards the most delegates in the nominating contests.
POLL: Governor Brown approves a plan to move CA's primary election from one of the last to one of the first in the nation. Reaction?— NewsRadio KFBK (@kfbk) September 27, 2017