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    At congressional district caucuses on May 21, 2016, Democrats in Washington state chose most of their delegates who will attend the Democratic National Convention in July. Participants were happy to chat about the process, as well as which candidate they support and why. The congressional district caucuses also finalized how many of the state's 101 delegates will be awarded to each Democratic presidential candidate. Statewide, Bernie Sanders received 74 delegates while Hillary Clinton received 27, mirroring the results of earlier precinct-level caucuses.

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