SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTVU) - Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders will appear Tuesday at a rally in Stockton's Weber Point Event Center.
On Monday night, an estimated 15,000 people attended an event at Bonney Field at the Cal Expo in Sacramento.
Sanders told the crowd that he will spend a lot of time in California over the next few weeks, ahead of the state's June 7 Primary.
Despite Hillary Clinton's seemingly insurmountable lead in the delegate count, Sanders is vowing to stay in the race to the very end, and take his support to the Democratic National Convention in late July in Philadelphia.
"It is a steep hill to climb, and I acknowledge that, said Sanders. "But we have the possibility of walking into the Democratic Convention with a majority of pledged delegates."
"It's amazing to see in our community, there's so many people that want to stand behind the right things and like that's amazing and I love that."