Over the weekend, 2020 presidential contenders took the stage at the California Democratic convention to make their case to voters. With the state’s primary now three months earlier than normal, the Golden State and its 400-plus delegates may play a more pivotal role in shaping the crowded 2020 democratic landscape.
Washington Post photojournalist Melina Mara documented the convention in San Francisco. She asked voters what issues they care about the most and, if the election were today, who would get their vote.
Mill Valley, Calif.