Super Tuesday: Democrats court Latino vote in California

Super Tuesday is underway, which means 14 US states are voting simultaneously to select the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee to take on Donald Trump in November. Among them is California, the most populous state, which has 415 delegates up for grabs. The Golden State is also important because more than a third of Californians are Hispanic, a vital demographic for Democratic victory. So how do the candidates hope to win the Latino vote? Our correspondents Terry FitzPatrick, Valerie Defert and Pierrick Leurent report.

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