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Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary Clinton in Spokane

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Bill Clinton speaks at a Hillary Clinton rally at Spokane Falls Community College Monday Bill Clinton speaks at a Hillary Clinton rally at Spokane Falls Community College Monday
OLYMPIA, Wash. -

Former President Bill Clinton will be in Washington state Monday to campaign for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
    
According to a news release sent by Clinton's campaign Friday, Bill Clinton will attend an organizing event in Spokane to encourage supporters to caucus for Hillary Clinton during the March 26 caucuses.
    
His visit comes a day after Bernie Sanders holds rallies in Vancouver, Seattle and Spokane.
    
The Clinton campaign said the event will be held in the gymnasium of Spokane Falls Community College. Doors for the event open at 11:45 a.m. and the rally is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. The public can RSVP here
    
There are 118 Democratic delegates at stake in Washington, with 101 to be awarded proportionally based on the results of the caucuses. The remaining 17 are technically unpledged party and elected leaders, though a majority of them - including Gov. Jay Inslee and the state's Congressional delegation - have already said they support Clinton.

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