Not everyone has Saturdays free, for various reasons, but Washington state supporters of Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders can rest easy knowing they can still cast a vote even if they can’t attend the March 26 caucuses.
Anyone who can’t attend due to religious observance, military service, work schedule, disability or illness can fill out a surrogate affidavit form with the Washington State Democratic Party and have their vote counted.
The form is due today, Friday, March 18 by 5 p.m., so don’t delay.
People need to be 18 by Election Day, Nov. 8, and consider themselves Democrats.
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