Garcetti: Harris not guaranteed to win California primary

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D) told Bloomberg News that he's not certain California Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisFive former Obama ambassadors back Buttigieg Harris: Integrity of US justice system 'took a real blow' with Barr's actions Sanders announces first endorsements in South Carolina MORE (D) will win the state's 2020 Democratic primary. 

“Everybody’s been here,” Garcetti told Bloomberg in an interview, referencing visits to the state by Sens. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerResurfaced Buttigieg yearbook named him 'most likely to be president' Man arrested for threatening Dems, citing Omar comments Buttigieg says he wouldn't be opposed to having Phish play at his inauguration MORE (D-N.J.), Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersResurfaced Buttigieg yearbook named him 'most likely to be president' On The Money: House Dem says marijuana banking bill will get vote in spring | Buttigieg joins striking Stop & Shop workers | US home construction slips in March | Uber gets B investment for self-driving cars Buttigieg joins striking Stop & Shop workers MORE (I-Vt.), Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharSanders announces first endorsements in South Carolina Telehealth is calling — will Congress pick up? 2020 Dems call on Mueller to testify about redacted report MORE (D-Minn.) and others. “California will very much be in play.”

California is expected to play a larger role in the Democratic contest than in previous years because its primary was moved up to March. In past years, the primary was held in June.
 
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California is also the nation's most populous state, so it will give more delegates than other states to the winner of its primary election. 
 
Before she became a senator, Harris was California's attorney general. She has never lost a race in the state.
 
She is facing off against a crowded field of Democrats for the party's 2020 nomination.