The 2020 Republican National Convention gets underway this week. Republicans will make the case for a second term for President Donald Trump, who’s expected to take part every night of the convention. The format will again be nearly all virtual, continuing the new experience with online conventions. We take a deep dive into the Republican National Convention today and what it means for California.
- Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science at Menlo College in Atherton, Melissa Michelson, explains the importance of the Republican National Convention (RNC) and what it means to Election Day
- Republican Party of Sacramento County Chair, Betsy Mahan, explains what the convention’s messaging means for California
- Executive board member of the Butte County Democratic Party, David Welch, with his perspective on the convention as a democratic leader in a steadfast republican area