Bill Clinton to campaign in Spokane, Vancouver on Monday

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton will be in Spokane and Vancouver to campaign for his wife, Hillary Clinton, in the run up to Washington's Democratic caucuses.

Bill Clinton will speak at Spokane Falls Community College Monday afternoon and at Clark College in Vancouver Monday evening.

Hillary Clinton has a lead of more than 300 delegates over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination from primaries and caucuses following a sweep of five states last Tuesday. Washington state, Alaska and Hawaii hold Democratic caucuses on Saturday, and Washington has the most delegates ultimately at stake with 101.

Sanders spoke to large crowds in Vancouver, Seattle and Spokane on Sunday.