ANAHEIM, Calif. (KABC) --With just two weeks to go until the June 7 primary, both Democratic candidates have spent a lot of time in the Southland as one last push to get votes.
Sen. Bernie Sanders held a rally at the Anaheim Convention Center. It was the first of three rallies Sanders held on Tuesday in the Southland.
He addressed income inequality, the economy and immigration among other topics. He also mentioned his support for the state to legalize marijuana.
Hillary Clinton was in South Los Angeles discussing foster care. She later attended an organizing event at UC Riverside and a working families event in Commerce.