Some Sanders supporters have expressed concern and contempt for the early predictions, saying it might have the power to sway voter turnout, while others say they're now thinking of putting their weight behind Clinton.
Defy the pundits again and reach for a high voter turnout that'll shock the establishment. Grab your friends and go vote. #PrimaryDay— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) June 7, 2016
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Even if it doesn't come through, I hugely admire what @BernieSanders has done and identify with his version of politics— MIKA (@mikasounds) June 7, 2016
ABC11 spoke with local Sanders supporters to find out what they think about his camping ahead of California's election results.
Elizabeth Sager said she's disappointed in the idea that there may be Sanders supporters who would not otherwise support Clinton.
Faulkner Fox said she feels much the same way and that it is "ridiculous" to compare Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump.
Liam Condon said he's holding out hope for Saunders to stay in the race long enough to make it to the Democratic National Convention.
Liam Condon said he doesn't think anyone should be predicting anything in the CA election before it happens pic.twitter.com/mCsA0UsSmQ— Stephanie Lopez (@LopezABC11) June 7, 2016
Ryan Cuthriell said he would still support the democratic nominee, be that who it may, but feels skeptical about the election process when it comes to the super delegate vote.
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