Democrats pull out the stops to woo California’s Hispanic voters

In California, the most populous state in the US, 415 delegates are at stake in the Democratic primary on Super Tuesday. Nearly 40 percent of the state's population is Hispanic, a vital demographic for victory. How do the candidates hope to win the all-important Hispanic vote? FRANCE 24's Terry FitzPatrick, Valerie Defert, and Pierrick Leurent report from California.