Donald Trump supporters hold a banner and wave at passing cars before Trump’s rally at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds on May 7 in Lynden. Ballots for Washington state’s presidential primary are due May 24, but all of Trump’s opponents have already dropped out and Democrats don’t use the primary results to award delegates.
Donald Trump supporters hold a banner and wave at passing cars before Trump’s rally at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds on May 7 in Lynden. Ballots for Washington state’s presidential primary are due May 24, but all of Trump’s opponents have already dropped out and Democrats don’t use the primary results to award delegates. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Donald Trump supporters hold a banner and wave at passing cars before Trump’s rally at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds on May 7 in Lynden. Ballots for Washington state’s presidential primary are due May 24, but all of Trump’s opponents have already dropped out and Democrats don’t use the primary results to award delegates. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

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