In California, Democrats have a powerful two-thirds majority in the state legislature for the first time since the 1880s, while Republicans hold no statewide offices. Plus, last month GOP officials suffered a net loss of four congressional seats.
So what's the Republican Party of California to do? That question may fall squarely into the lap of a former legislator from San Bernardino County: Jim Brulte (R-Rancho Cucamonga).
John Myers, chief political editor for the ABC affiliate in Sacramento, joins the show with more.