This is the Democratic presidential candidate’s second visit to the state this week, just ahead of Saturday’s Washington caucuses. Hillary Clinton was here on Tuesday.
Expect congestion near Safeco Field Friday afternoon as presidential candidate Bernie Sanders stumps in Seattle again. The ballpark opens at 4 p.m. for the rally, with speeches to start in the evening. Admission is free, and RSVPs are encouraged at berniesanders.com.
Sanders is in town one day before the Democratic Party caucuses.
Democratic Party caucuses start at 10 a.m. Saturday and usually last two hours. Results are expected that afternoon. To find your caucus location: https://demcaucus.com/register
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The caucuses will determine how Sanders and Hillary Clinton will divide up 101 delegates in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Clinton has amassed a big delegate lead, but Sanders is hoping to make up ground here. Clinton campaigned in Washington on Tuesday.