Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris seen during a campaign rally in Los Angeles, May 20, 2019.
Fourteen Democratic presidential candidates will be speaking in San Francisco this weekend before 5,000 delegates and activists at the California Democratic Party convention, the largest state political party in America. The convention has a history as a turning point in the Democratic race, from Howard Dean's 2003 “Democratic wing of the Democratic Party” speech, to a surrogate face-off in 2008 between President Bill Clinton and a young DA (speaking for Barack Obama) by the name of Kamala Harris.
Prospect executive editor David Dayen is on the ground in San Francisco, and he will be providing live updates of the convention and associated candidate activities in the Bay Area throughout the weekend, at our Twitter feed. You can follow along @theprospect, or check out the Twitter embed below.