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Washington Presidential Primary Too Close To Call

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) – Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden were virtually tied in early statewide returns in Washington’s vote-by-mail presidential primary Tuesday night,  but it will take days to receive and tally all the votes. Of the six states voting Tuesday, Washington – with 89 pledged delegates at stake – offers the second-highest number of delegates to be divvied up, behind Michigan’s 125.  Democrats are using the vote-by-mail presidential primary – moved up this year from May – for the first time to allocate delegates instead of the smaller caucuses used in previous years.



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