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Washington Democrats pass party platform, state convention wraps up Sunday

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TACOMA, Wash. — Washington Democrats are wrapping up their final day of their state convention.

On Sunday, they are selecting the final 34 national delegates and eight alternates to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July. Sixty-seven delegates were previously elected at the party's May congressional caucuses.

The selection of delegates is a formality, and the two candidates are awarded delegates proportional to their finish at the Democratic caucuses in March. Sanders, who won the caucuses, will have 74 delegates from Washington state at the national convention in Philadelphia in July. Clinton will have 27. In addition, 17 superdelegates, most of whom have already pledged their support to Clinton, will represent the state at the convention.

On Saturday, they passed their party platform Saturday and voted on various party charter amendments and resolutions.

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