SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KGO) --Hillary Clinton arrived in the Bay Area Sunday fresh off her victory in the Nevada caucus.
Clinton is holding fundraisers at homes of some wealthy contributors. Her first stop will be at the Atherton home of Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, the founder of Joyus.com.
This fundraiser is costing attendees between $500 and $2,700 to meet and greet the presidential hopeful.
Clinton has two other private fundraisers scheduled in Menlo Park and Piedmont.
Bernie Sanders supporters are countering the visit with some grassroots fundraising of their own.
Sanders coming in a strong second in Nevada is proving he can get solid support from minority voters. "We have the momentum, going to see the biggest political upset in history of us," he said.
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