With California's June 7 primary election suddenly crucial to the Republicans hoping to win their party's presidential nomination, attention is shifting to the Golden State. But despite the competitive, high-stakes race, few Republicans in California's congressional delegation publicly back a candidate at this point.
Only three of the 14 Republican members have endorsed candidates. Some haven't supported another candidate after the person they endorsed dropped out. Others, including House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield), haven't announced who they will support, saying they are waiting for voters to pick the nominee.