Last month, Bernie Sanders overwhelmingly defeated Hillary Clinton in Washington’s Democratic precinct caucuses such as this one at Madison Elementary School in Olympia. But for those results to hold, those delegates and their alternates had to show up at Sunday’s legislative district caucuses, which lasted far into the night at some locations.
Last month, Bernie Sanders overwhelmingly defeated Hillary Clinton in Washington’s Democratic precinct caucuses such as this one at Madison Elementary School in Olympia. But for those results to hold, those delegates and their alternates had to show up at Sunday’s legislative district caucuses, which lasted far into the night at some locations. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Last month, Bernie Sanders overwhelmingly defeated Hillary Clinton in Washington’s Democratic precinct caucuses such as this one at Madison Elementary School in Olympia. But for those results to hold, those delegates and their alternates had to show up at Sunday’s legislative district caucuses, which lasted far into the night at some locations. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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