OAKLAND, Calif. (KFSN) --Hillary Clinton ventured into what is known as Bernie Sanders' territory Friday in Oakland. Trying to drum up support for her presidential campaign.
They waved signs, they danced, they jumped up and down. Seven hundred Clinton supporters packed an elementary school auditorium. Clinton came out swinging at her Republican rival Donald Trump.
"Their presumptive nominee, or should I call him the presumptuous nominee," said Clinton.
In just 30 minuets Mrs. Clinton listed her stance on more than a dozen issues, from expanding mental health care to a woman's right to choose to equal pay for women to immigration reform-- which she believes should include a path to citizenship. She also voiced her concerns, not just as an opponent of Donald Trump, but as an American citizen over his ability to be commander in chief:
"And he talks about it like it's some real estate deal. He says, 'okay, we'll make a deal. They can have nuclear weapons.' That is dangerous! It is reckless."
Doug Kessler and his wife Estella made the trip from Fresno to meet Hillary Clinton. Doug heads up her campaign in the Central Valley and has been overwhelmed by those who want to vote for her.
"We had more people than we could handle to register for democratic. There was one common bond, and that was the wall. We want to vote for Hillary because we can't have a wall," said Doug.
With the California primary just a month away, Hillary Clinton is taking nothing for granted.
She has stops planned back in California every single week until June 7th, including a tentative date to visit the Central Valley the third week in May.