In Washingtons caucuses, Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton 73 to 27 percent. In the primary, Clinton is leading 54 to 46 percent.
In Washington's caucuses, Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton 73 to 27 percent. In the primary, Clinton is leading 54 to 46 percent. Alex Garland

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Washington State Democrats have already divvied up their delegates for the national Democratic convention. Republicans across the country have already made their pick for the presidential nomination and watched all their other candidates drop out of the race. Yet, both parties held a primary in Washington today anyway because ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. In case you somehow still care about this and want a little more detail than what was in Dan's post, here's what the results look like so far:

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Again, these results change absolutely nothing about who's going to face off in November. But they do a few other things:

1) They officially put Washington on the map for Trump, awarding him 24 27 delegates;

2) They undermine the idea that Washington voters are overwhelmingly pro-Bernie Sanders (as Sanders supporters have argued when trying to get superdelegates to change their support of Hillary Clinton); and

3) They cost the state $11.5 million.

Great job, guys!