Supporters cheer as Clinton speaks during a campaign rally in Fresno, California
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If Hillary Clinton ends up losing California to Bernie Sanders, it will be because of voters like Nallely Perez.Perez personifies what a Clinton supporter was supposed to look like: a 24-year-old Latina who grew up idolizing the former first lady as a groundbreaking woman in politics. But when she votes in California's Democratic presidential nominating contest Tuesday, Perez will be supporting Sanders.A University of Southern California/Los Angeles Times poll released Friday showed Sanders with a 1-percentage-point lead over Clinton in the state, 44 to 43 percent, a swing from March when Clinton held a nine-point edge.Sanders campaigned there a week ago; Clinton was in the area Friday and may return again before Tuesday's vote.Roldan said she would reluctantly support Clinton in a contest against Trump.Stopping Trump was on the minds of those who said they would vote for Clinton Tuesday. At California events, Clinton has been careful to focus her criticism on Trump, not Sanders, while talking up her national security experience.
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