Live updates from Bernie Sanders’ convene during Safeco Field in Seattle

Here is what’s happening:

  • Doors non-stop during 4 p.m. Speeches start later in a evening, including one by revolutionary Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant. Admission is free.
  • Commuters should expect traffic congestion nearby Safeco Field in a afternoon and evening. The Washington State Department of Transportation tweeted that trade for a Bellevue-Seattle invert would be about a same as during an afternoon Mariners game.
  • Democrats opposite a state will caucus tomorrow, dividing adult 101 representatives between Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Find your congress plcae here. If you’re wondering how it all works, check out a explainer.

Additional coverage:


UPDATE, 6:26 p.m.:


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UPDATE, 6:15 p.m.:

Bernie Sanders is scheduled to pronounce in 45 minutes. What are a contingency he could get a revisit from a small birdie twice in one day?


Democratic presidential claimant Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., smiles as a bird lands on his lectern as he speaks during a convene during a Moda Center in Portland, Ore., Friday. (AP Photo/Steve Dykes)
Democratic presidential claimant Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., smiles as a bird lands on his lectern as he speaks during a convene during a Moda Center in Portland, Ore., Friday. (AP Photo/Steve Dykes)


UPDATE, 6:06 p.m.:


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UPDATE, 5:45 p.m.:

Sawant is articulate about her possess debate win, and heading a throng in a intone of “When we fight, we win! When we fight, we win!”

She told a throng to mount against “bigotry, misogyny and homophobia of billionaire Donald Trump.”

Sawant also took a shot during Hillary Clinton: “We do not need a boss who has taken millions from Wall Street banks.”


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UPDATE, 5:20 p.m.:

Heather Yarbrough brought her 5-month-old daughter, Kaimana, and her 9-week-old array longhorn puppy, Madame, to a rally. Yarbrough pronounced that with dual immature children and a new puppy, she hadn’t been gripping adult with a presidential campaign. “My friends have been vehemence for Bernie. we had to see for myself.” She’s from Kansas though is relocating to Steilacom with her husband.


Bonnie Wright, left, and Heather Yarbrough
Bonnie Wright, left, and Heather Yarbrough


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UPDATE: 5:02 p.m.:

April Sims brought her dual daughters to a Bernie Sanders rally, and while watchful in a prolonged line outward Safeco Field, she collected signatures for a statewide beginning seeking to lift a minimum-wage.
Sims, who works for a Washington State Labor Council, a bloc of labor unions, pronounced she had sealed adult during slightest 85 people in a integrate hours.
“I’m only holding advantage of being surrounded by so many like-minded people,” she said.
Sims remarkable both Sanders and his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, had permitted a due measure.
Initiative 1433 seeks to lift a statewide smallest salary to $13.50 per hour over 4 years and give workers adult to 7 days of “safe and ill leave” credit per year.
Daughter Niah Sims, 13, pronounced she was vehement to see Sanders.
Her favorite thing about him?
“That he’s not like Trump,” she said.


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UPDATE: 4:48 p.m.:

Sean Donatello, from Washington, D.C., took  time out of his vacation in Seattle to attend Bernie Sanders’ rally. He pronounced he supports Sanders’ revolutionary policies including giveaway college tuition, revamping a Affordable Care Act and his support for women and minorities. “It’s not only that he isn’t a bigot. He’s got a longest story of station adult for a small people.”


Sean Donatello
Sean Donatello


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Lynn and Mike Treseler
Lynn and Mike Treseler

Lynn and Mike Treseler of Edmonds came to Seattle to support Bernie Sanders. Lynn pronounced she feels ardent about a inequality in a nation and Sanders’ summary that it’s a fraudulent economy. “Corporations are determining so much. The richest people are removing richer. There’s terrible poverty. I’m astounded there hasn’t been a series already.”


UPDATE, 4:29 p.m.:

Wearing a shirt that reads, “99% adore Bernie Sanders,” T-shirt businessman Andrew Houston, 51, of Vancouver, pronounced he had sole about 150 shirts in 3 to 4 hours outward Safeco Field.
Houston’s company, yugewear.com, donates 3 dollars from any shirt sale to a Sanders campaign, he said.


Andrew Houston
Andrew Houston

A pointer taped to Houston’s arm displayed prices as follows:
“Bernie? Not for sale. This T-shirt? $20.”


UPDATE, 4:22 p.m.:


A organisation of Seattle area Sikhs wait in line for a Bernie Sanders rally.
A organisation of Seattle area Sikhs wait in line for a Bernie Sanders rally. Sanders’ values together ours, pronounced Jaspreet


UPDATE, 4:08 p.m.:

The line from Safeco Field stretched opposite a travel past CenturyLink Field, snaked by a north parking lot, afterwards doglegged around a building to Occidental Avenue.

Near a finish 3 teenagers from Mill Creek hold signs reading “Gays for Bernie,” “Feel a Bern,” and “Latinxs Por Bernie.”

Miguel Carroll, 17, pronounced by a time of a presidential election, she will have incited 18.

“So we are caucusing tomorrow,” Carroll said.

He and friends, Shione Borgal, 18, and Molica Perry, 17, pronounced they support Bernie Sanders since he appeals to a some-more different organisation of people, including immigrants, gays and low income families.

“I positively adore his consistency,” pronounced Carroll. “You can’t see that in Hillary.”

Perry combined that Sanders’ stances on a environment, shortening tyro debt and secular inequality issues attract her a many to his candidacy.


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UPDATE, 1:53 p.m.:

The Sanders debate kicked off a day splendid and early with this tongue-in-cheek twitter compelling a event: