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    1. So much for the pivotal California primary. With John Kasich and Ted Cruz withdrawing from the Republican presidential race, it all but guarantees that Donald Trump, who cruised to victory in Indiana on Tuesday, will be the GOP's White House nominee.

    2. GOP race shifts California's political fault lines

      The Rock Hill HeraldMay 04 02:39 PM

      The Republican Party in California has been riven for decades between those who want to tack to the ideological center to expand its diminishing appeal and those who want it to enforce conservative purity. But the prospect of Donald Trump clinching the nomination in the Golden State has scrambled the party's political fault lines in advance of its pivotal June primary, forging unexpected ...

    3. With Kasich and Cruz out, a contested California GOP primary is no longer on tap May 5 2016, 4:04 AM Some Republicans start accepting Donald Trump as their candidate while the Democratic candidates stay focused on the California primary. John Kasich ends his campaign, making Donald Trump the nominee...

    4. California Republicans are chafing at the cheap seats they're getting for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland -- not the nosebleeds in the upper decks of the Quicken Loans Arena, but the hotel in Sandusky, Ohio, where they're staying.

    5. This isn't how Donald Trump imagined closing the biggest deal of his life. Instead of triumphantly addressing California's GOP convention last weekend with his enemies silenced and his sights on Hillary Clinton, he is now hunkering down to spend the next several weeks in the Golden State -- usually an afterthought in presidential politics -- fighting a series of bloody battles with John Kasich ...

      GOP race shifts California's political fault lin... - Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

    6. BURLINGAME, Calif. When Carly Fiorina speaks to the California Republican party convention at a hotel outside San Francisco airport tonight, it will be a homecoming of sorts for the newly-minted vice presidential candidate. Fiorina grew up in the Bay Area and became chief executive officer of Hewlett Packard there before plunging into politics with an unsuccessful run against Democratic Sen.

    7. DECISION 2016: One election, lots of battlefronts

      The Press-EnterpriseMay 03 07:27 AM

      This isn’t how Donald Trump imagined closing the biggest deal of his life. Instead of triumphantly addressing California’s GOP convention this weekend with his enemies silenced and his sights on Hillary Clinton, he is now hunkering down to spend...

    8. California Takes Spotlight in GOP Primary Race

      The Wall Street JournalApr 29 02:37 PM

      Republican presidential candidates are slated to address California’s GOP convention this week as they campaign in the delegate-rich state that might play a determinant role in choosing the party’s nominee for the first time in a generation.

    9. We've all known that various attendees of the Republican National Convention will be placed at odd locations — some may choose to rent out Jeffrey Dahmer's home in Bath, for example, but others don't have much of a say in the matter. Like California Republicans.

    10. California's Republican donors have invested heavily in the 2016 presidential race, with little return. The vast majority of the $55 million they have spent boosted candidates who have dropped out, according to a Times analysis of financial disclosure documents. Now, as the nominating contest hurtles...

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