Although Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders' California campaign will still center around large-scale campaign rallies over the next two weeks, the campaign has decided to go on the airwaves with a $1.5 million dollar buy.
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The ad will start airing in Los Angeles tomorrow, Fresno and Sacramento.
The 30-second ad shows California farmworkers, scenes of Venice beach and college students contrasted with images of Wall Street.
In the ad, Sanders explains how California has "the power to choose a new direction for the Democratic party.”
California holds its primary on June 7.