Children in Anita Blaisdell's first-grade class at Midland Elementary School in Tacoma, Wash., take shelter under tables during an earthquake drill, on Oct. 20, 2016. Schools, businesses, and community organizations conducted similar exercises across the state as part of the annual Great Washington ShakeOut earthquake and tsunami readiness program.
Children in Anita Blaisdell's first-grade class at Midland Elementary School in Tacoma, Wash., take shelter under tables during an earthquake drill, on Oct. 20, 2016. Schools, businesses, and community organizations conducted similar exercises across the state as part of the annual Great Washington ShakeOut earthquake and tsunami readiness program. Ted S. Warren AP
Children in Anita Blaisdell's first-grade class at Midland Elementary School in Tacoma, Wash., take shelter under tables during an earthquake drill, on Oct. 20, 2016. Schools, businesses, and community organizations conducted similar exercises across the state as part of the annual Great Washington ShakeOut earthquake and tsunami readiness program. Ted S. Warren AP

West Coast Democrats want to be ready if The Big One hits

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