Bernie Sanders campaign workers, photographed at 617 East Pike Street. LOU DAPRILE

Whether or not you've made up your mind about which Democrat you're going to caucus for this weekend, only the most ultra-partisan megabooster could deny that the Bernie Sanders campaign has successfully tapped the vein of Seattle's preference for candidates with uncompromising hard-liberal rhetoric. The Capitol Hill campaign office, on the heavily trafficked corner of Pike and Boylston, is a beehive of activity, all of which, according to Washington State campaign director Dulce Saenz, is "focused on getting people to caucus for Bernie Sanders on March 26 at 10 a.m. We're making phone calls and knocking on doors, telling them about Bernie's commitment to following Seattle's lead in raising the minimum wage or his comprehensive plan to combat climate change." recommended


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