Washington state has canceled its primary due to tight budgets. So the caucuses on Saturday will be Washingtonians’ only chance to weigh in on who they want to be this year’s Republican presidential nominee. This is the last statewide contest before Super Tuesday, when 10 states cast their votes. But while Washington’s contest is drawing more interest than usual, even Super Tuesday results are not expected to be decisive.
Will you be caucusing on Saturday? Have you already decided who you’ll support? What issues are most important to you in the nominating contest?
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OPB | Sept. 22, 2016