Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are competing for votes from Democrats in the June 7th primary election in California. Volunteers for both campaigns have been making phone calls and knocking on doors to encourage voter turnout. Many of these Democrats say their candidate's character matters to them as much as the issues, and they give very personal reasons for supporting Clinton or Sanders. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles.
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