Our UW Election Eye team is fanning out across the state tomorrow, from Spokane to Bremerton and Mt. Vernon to Vancouver, to meet voters and provide breaking results from the GOP caucus. We’ll be stopping in at about a dozen of the over 420 caucus locations where Washington Republicans will be deciding how to allocate the state’s whopping 43 delegates.
Check out the map below to see where each of our team members will be located:
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Ilona Idlis and Alicia Halberg will be heading over Snoqualmie Pass on Friday in order to report from Spokane on Saturday, providing welcome coverage of Eastern Washington. They’ll be staying out on the road through the weekend and into next week in order to visit Idaho and report on the lead up to their Tuesday primary.
Alex Stonehill and Almeera Anwar are pointing their car north to Sedro-Woolley and Mt. Vernon, hometown to FOX News favorite, Glenn Beck. They’ll anchor our northern Cascade corridor coverage.
Lindsey Meeks will hop a ferry across Puget Sound to Bremerton, where she’ll see how the significant military presence influences the caucus landscape. A.V. Crofts will also find herself on a ferry headed to Kingston to soak up a Kitsap Peninsula caucus.
Will Mari and Liz Hunter are bound for our southern border, where they’ll visit caucuses in Vancouver.
David Domke will tend the home fires in Seattle, staying in close touch with all UW Election Eye reporters in the field.
After the caucus completes at noon, the UW Election Eye team will convene at the Washington State Republican Party headquarters in Bellevue, WA, to await results. Announcements start at 3 PM, so tune in.
All of us will be live tweeting using the #uwelectioneye hashtag so follow along!