FILE - In this photo taken March 22, 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle. Tens of thousands of Democrats in Washington state will meet at schools, libraries and community centers at caucuses this weekend to voice their preference for the Democratic presidential nominee.
FILE - In this photo taken March 22, 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle. Tens of thousands of Democrats in Washington state will meet at schools, libraries and community centers at caucuses this weekend to voice their preference for the Democratic presidential nominee. Ted S. Warren AP
FILE - In this photo taken March 22, 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle. Tens of thousands of Democrats in Washington state will meet at schools, libraries and community centers at caucuses this weekend to voice their preference for the Democratic presidential nominee. Ted S. Warren AP

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