Bill Radke speaks with political scientist Megan Ming Francis about why Bernie Sander's message appeals more here in Washington than in other states and what that means for the future of the Democratic Party.
If campaign contributions are any indicator, Washington state is "feeling the Bern."
People here have given Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders 30 percent more money than they have to his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton through the end of February. Sanders' $2.6 million Washington war chest is more than all Republican candidates combined have received from the state.
Fifty private gun sales have been blocked since Washington voters approved a background check law in 2014. That’s according to FBI data released in response to a public records request by public radio and KING-TV in Seattle.