Republican strategist Karl Rove speaks at a luncheon at the California Republican Party convention, in Sacramento, Calif., Saturday, March 2, 2013. Rove told California Republicans to "get off the mat", and to find candidates to reflect the party's diversity.
California Republicans gathered this past weekend at their state convention to sort out their image problem. The once-dominant political party in California now claims fewer than 30 percent of registered voters, no statewide offices, and only a handful of seats in the legislature.
The state party may also be up to $800,000 in the red. John Myers, Political Editor for KXTV in Sacramento, covered this weekend’s convention. He joins the show with an update.