COSTA MESA, Calif. – Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump will bring his campaign to California with a rally in Costa Mesa Thursday evening.
The event starts at 7 p.m. at the Pacific Amphitheater in the OC Fair and Event Center, located at 88 Fair Dr., according to his schedule. Tickets are free for those who register on the website.
After sweeping five primaries earlier this week, Trump moved significantly closer to the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination outright heading into the Republican's convention in July. Trump's delegate total currently stands at 954, according to the latest Associated Press figures.
As the increasingly important California presidential primary inches closer, republican candidates are focusing on the Golden State.
The state's primary is June 7, but voters can cast their ballots by mail before then.
The latest poll, conducted between April 18 and 21, shows Trump leading in California by 27 percentage points.
The CNN Wire contributed to this story.