Southern California voter registration outweighs signups in the north by big numbers, and some pundits are predicting that a surge of SoCal votes will boost Angelinos running for statewide office in 2018. That would leave Northern California candidates — such as gubernatorial contender Gavin Newsom — at a disadvantage.
Not so fast, says Political Data whiz Paul Mitchell.
Mitchell joined John Howard and Tim Foster on the CW podcast to do a deep dive into why the Bay Area outperforms SoCal in voter turnout, and what the likely voting patterns will look like this year in the gubernatorial and senatorial primaries.
And what happens if Democrats make a sweep, collecting both Top Two slots in the races for governor and U.S. Senate?
Tune in and find out!