Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is headed back to Northern California Wednesday for an event in Sacramento.
He'll speak to supporters at an airplane hangar less than one week before California's June 7 primary.
"On issue after issue, Trump is completely out of touch with Californians," Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de Leon said in a news conference held Wednesday.
De Leon and other state Democratic party leaders urged that Trump should not get "a free pass" as he makes his way through the state.
He pointed out Trump's stand on climate change, immigration and minimum wage as evidence that the billionaire doesn't understand California voters.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo predicted that outside of the rally set up by the campaign, he would not expect Trump to earn a warm reception in his city.
"Donald Trump doesn’t get California," Liccardo said.
Sacramento International Airport spokesman Mark Haneke said Trump is expected to land in his namesake jet shortly before an hour-long rally at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Police are preparing for counter-demonstrations of the sort that led to arrests during Trump campaign rallies last week in Anaheim, Fresno and San Diego. However, they are not aware of any organized protests.