From Open Secrets:
California citizens may not head to the polls for the state’s primaries until tomorrow, but they’ve already made a statement with their dollars.
There’s no state more important for either of the Democratic presidential candidates, but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has received more than three times as much from Californians as Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt) when it comes to contributions of more than $200. However, nearly all of Clinton’s California funding has come from the state’s largest metro areas, while Sanders has out-raised her in smaller cities and more rural areas.
Clinton’s campaign and super PAC have received nearly a quarter of their combined money from California, with $56.2 million making up 24 percent of her fundraising. A comparable share of Sanders’s contributions have come from the Golden State, though it’s a much smaller sum—$16.8 million, accounting for about 22 percent of his national total.
California is also home to the zip codes that have been the single most generous nationwide both to Clinton and to Sanders. Sanders has received the most funding from San Francisco’s 94110, a largely commercial and residential area in the city’s Mission District. Clinton’s top zip is Los Angeles’s 90067 — the half-square mile adjacent to Beverly Hills that forms the neighborhood of Century City, home to Fox Studios. She has received $10.3 million from that zip code, $10 million of which went to Priorities USA Action, the main super PAC backing her White House bid, rather than to her campaign committee. All $10…