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CALIFORNIA IS STILL TRUMP COUNTRY AS 2024 GOP PRIMARY LOOMS

In the Golden State, Donald Trump is the preferred candidate as the 2024 presidential primary election draws near, according to a recent poll.

Trump is ahead among Republican likely voters in California’s GOP primary by 26 points, per data from the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). Governor Ron DeSantis, R-Florida, came in second, receiving 24% of the vote to Trump’s 50%.

Former Vice President Mike Pence received 6% of the vote in California, while Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., received 5%.

Trump is currently the front-runner among Republican voters in California, which is crucial because the West Coast state is about to reform its winner-takes-all delegate system for the 2024 GOP primary.

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RSBN has reported that the CAGOP has declared that it is scheduled to go to a proportional system rather than distributing all 169 delegates to the victor of the GOP primary election in California (more delegates than any other state in the Union).

In other words, the CAGOP has been compelled to comply with the RNC’s new rules, which allow for a proportional delegate award method for primary elections that take place before March 15 in a primary election year, as California faces a new and early primary election date in 2024 (March 5).

In practice, this may imply that a candidate like President Trump would win delegates solely in each county in the state.

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A candidate must obtain 1,234 delegates in the primary election in order to get the nomination. According to RSBN, President Trump received six million more votes in the Golden State than in the other 49 states in the 2020 election.

Previously, President Trump said that he believed California was winnable, arguing that it was a “rigged state” rife with millions of dubious mail-in ballots. He told his son, Donald Trump Jr., earlier this year, “You know, you take California. I think we do much better in California…you know they all say that you lose by, automatically, by millions of votes. I don’t believe that.”

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