A new poll and a new endorsement are out in California ahead of that state's primary and Hillary Clinton may have less to worry about than before.

FOX's Jessica Rosenthal reports:

With one week to go until primary day, Governor Jerry Brown endorsed Hillary Clinton. He said she is the path forward to stopping Donald Trump.

Brown ran for President against Bill Clinton in 1992 as an outsider:

(Levinson) "I think there is no love lost between Jerry Brown and the Clinton's and they have a very long history. I'm not sure frankly how much difference these endorsements make."

Because Loyola law professor Jessica Levinson notes this race is about outsiders.

Hillary Clinton canceled an event in New Jersey Thursday to come back to California for multiple days of campaigning here ahead of the primary, but a new poll out from Stanford's Hoover Foundation gives Clinton a 13-point lead over Sanders.

Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News.

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