The continued competitiveness between Democratic presidential hopefuls Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton has inspired more participation among California Democrats vying to be pledged delegates.
Each congressional district needs a number of delegates chosen to represent their candidate - depending on the results of the June 7 primary - at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this July.
The deadline to apply to be a Democratic delegate is coming up on Wednesday, April 13, then on May 1 are caucuses in each district to elect the delegates. (The deadline for Republican delegates is May 31.)
What are pledged delegates anticipating for the coming convention process?
For a visual breakdown of California’s delegate counts, visit this KQED story.
Ulisses Sanchez, Candidate to be a Pledged Delegate for the 34th Congressional District for Hillary Clinton; the 34th includes Boyle Heights, Downtown Los Angeles, Monterey Hills, and more (Representative Xavier Becerra - D)
Nathan Fisher, Candidate to be a Pledged Delegate for the 28th Congressional District for Bernie Sanders; the 28th includes Burbank, West Hollywood, Silver Lake, and more (Representative Adam Schiff - D)