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Where do the Presidential candidates stand on women’s issues?
For information on the current Democrat Presidential candidate(s), click here.
For information on the current Republican Presidential candidate(s), click here.
Washington Republicans will select their 44 allocated delegates 100% based on the results of the Open Presidential Primary, with mailed ballots due by Tuesday, 24 May 2016. The Democratic vote will only be advisory. For Washington Democrats, there is a multi-tiered caucus process. The first is Precinct Caucuses on 26 March 2016. The votes in each precinct will determine the delegates to the Legislative District Caucus. At the Legislative District Caucus, delegates will be selected for the Congressional District Caucus as well as the County and State Conventions. The delegates to the National Convention will be selected at the Congressional District Caucuses and the State Convention. Click here to see election results.
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For more information about this election season and where the candidates stand on the issues, there are many places online that discuss their differences and similarities. Here are a few to consider:
|Maria Cantwell (D)|
|Patty Murray (D)|
|1. Suzan DelBene (D)|
|2. Rick Larsen (D)|
|3. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R)|
|4. Dan Newhouse (R)|
|5. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R)|
|6. Derek Kilmer (D)|
|7. Jim McDermott (D)|
|8. David G. Reichert (R)|
|9. Adam Smith (D)|
|10. Denny Heck (D)|
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