Warren rallies packed Seattle crowd, slams Bloomberg

SEATTLE (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren rallied a crowd in Seattle as ballots for Washington state’s March 10 presidential primary began arriving in the mailboxes of the state’s nearly 4.5 million voters. Warren’s public event took place at the Seattle Center Armory near the Space Needle Saturday evening, the same day as the Nevada caucuses, where Bernie Sanders scored a resounding victory and Warren was placing fourth. She congratulated Sanders and said her campaign has raised $9 million since the candidate debate Wednesday night and that with a lot of states to go she can feel the momentum.