KATHLEEN RONAYNE Associated Press SACRAMENTO (AP) — In the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, no prize is bigger than California, which offers more delegates than any other state. And as candidates plot their strategies here, there's an overlooked group of voters who could be key to victory: independents. More than 5 million voters not registered in a party are eligible to participate in California's March 3 Democratic primary, the second most of any state that votes on Super Tuesday, after Texas. These voters flexed their power during the 2018 midterms, helping California Democrats flip seven U.S. House seats long held by Republicans. Such a vast pool of potential supporters is a tantalizing prospect for any White House hopeful. But tapping them won't be easy becaus
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