San Francisco

CANCELLED: A California Primary Breakdown

Evening Forum

Given the changing public health guidance in the Bay Area, which includes recommendations from both Santa Clara and San Francisco Counties, SPUR is suspending its in-person public programming events. During this time, public programs will be postponed, canceled or converted into a webinar on an event-by-event basis. This event has been cancelled due to the health concerns surrounding the coronavirus and the format of the event. We do not currently have plans in place to reschedule, but we will update the page if that changes.

As the most populous state in the country, California could have an outsized influence on this year's race for the Democratic presidential nominee. With more than two-thirds of California's voters registered to vote my mail permanently, some might have returned their ballots as early as February 3, the same day as Iowa's first-in-the-nation contest. Where there's a clear winner or we're still counting, we'll take a look back at Super Tuesday in California and look ahead to what the outcome means for the nation. Co-presented by KQED.

+ Scott Shafer / KQED
+ Marisa Lagos / KQED
+ Aimee Allison / She the People
+ Jennifer Fernandez Ancona / Women Donors Network
+ David Binder / DBR


This event has been cancelled.


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Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.

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