Looking For A Comeback, California Republicans Elect A Latin Woman To Head The State Party
When the California Republican Party convention opened in Sacramento over the weekend, it honored former party chairs - and ten men stood on stage, nine of them white. By the time the convention had wrapped up yesterday (Sunday), it had elected its first female chair - and its first Latina. But her task remains daunting: chart the party's path forward under President Trump. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.