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Despite calls to unify behind presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, many backers of Bernie Sanders at the state Democratic convention this weekend were not ready to suspend their political revolution. At the gathering inside Tacoma's convention center, hundreds of delegates met to debate the party platform and rules and to finalize a slate of delegates to the Democratic National Convention next month. Comment?
Washington Democrats convened for their three-day state convention on Friday to pass a party platform and finish electing delegates to the national convention this summer. About 1,400 people are expected to be on hand at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center for meetings ranging from workshops on grass roots organizing to meetings on resolutions related to the platform. Comment?
Congressman Rick Larsen typed out a "Happy Easter" message to constituents on his Facebook page Sunday, telling them he hoped they could spend time with their families or other loved ones. But hundreds of Bernie Sanders supporters were not in a holiday spirit. Comment?
Sanders, who drew big crowds Sunday in Seattle, Vancouver and Spokane, will look to Central Washington next, with Thursday's rally scheduled at the Yakima Valley SunDome at State Fair Park. The caucuses will determine how Sanders and Clinton will divide up 101 delegates in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Comment?
The obscure U.S. Export-Import Bank moved to center stage in Washington's Democratic presidential contest, as Hillary Clinton and her allies chided Bernie Sanders for opposing the bank, which plays an outsized role in this state. Speaking Tuesday at the Machinists union hall in Everett, Clinton said "I just shook my head" when Sanders joined conservative Republicans in criticizing the bank as a vehicle for corporate welfare. Comment?
Hillary Clinton's campaign will hold several events in Washington state on Tuesday as the presidential candidate gears up for Saturday's Democratic caucuses . Clinton will give a labor speech at 12:15 p.m. at the Machinists Union Hall in Everett. Comment?
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