As a Californian, it's hard not to feel a little disenfranchised by the electoral process. First, we're often dismissed as the fringe "fruits and nuts" (although politicians love our donations). And as the most populous state, our individual votes count less in the electoral college count. The California national primary is held in June and usually by that point, the race is locked up. But a campaign is going on to allow the sixth largest economy in the world to have a little more influence on the national scene.