Eli Sanders (The Stranger):
Clinton Plans to Win the Washington Caucuses--The symbolism was good: In the same South Seattle union hall where John Edwards appeared in May courting the state's blue-collar vote, Hillary Clinton's campaign held a caucus training session for its most devoted supporters. No mention was made at the November 10 training session of Edwards's earlier use of the hall, or of the large, cheering crowd that Edwards drew. But, in a not-so-subtle bit of braggadocio, it was made clear at the outset of the training that the union that runs the hall, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, had since taken sides in the Democratic nomination contest. Its pick: Clinton.
"It's very clear to me we've got an organization like I've never seen," he said.