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The great big California primary roundtable




Voters enter a polling place inside Barrio Action Youth & Family Center in El Sereno on Tuesday afternoon, June 7, 2016 during the California primary election.
Voters enter a polling place inside Barrio Action Youth & Family Center in El Sereno on Tuesday afternoon, June 7, 2016 during the California primary election.
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Six states went to the polls yesterday. When the dust settled, four of them, including California, went to Hillary Clinton, helping her secure the Democratic nomination

Clinton claimed victory in a speech last night. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI50qgYYqMM

Despite this, her opponent, Bernie Sanders, told supporters last night, "The struggle continues." He has vowed to stay in the race. 

Meanwhile in California, Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez are the last women standing in the race to replace Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate.

For an in-depth look at yesterday's events and what it all means going forward, Take Two assembled a special panel:

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