Hillary Clinton speaks at Everett machinist union

Hillary Clinton traveled to Washington on Tuesday ahead of the state's caucus with the first stop in Everett and the next in Seattle.

A total of 101 delegates are at stake on Saturday. Clinton has a lead of more than 300 delegates over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Clinton made her first stop in Everett at a the machinist union event, discussing her plans to raise incomes and break down barriers.

Next she will make visits in Seattle.

  • Clinton is schedule to attend a closed event with Costco founder Jeff Brotman.
  • Then she will attend an event at Rainier Beach High School at 8:15 p.m. KIRO 7 News plans to stream live from the school. 

Seattle Department of Transportation is telling drivers to prepare for traffic affected by her fundraising  events on Tuesday. 

Earlier in the day, Chelsea Clinton attended events in Tacoma: at the Advanced Technology Center at Bates Technical College and an event at the Hillary for WA Tacoma Office.

President Bill Clinton attended a Hillary for Washington organizing event in Spokane, Washington, on Monday.

Clinton's primary opponent Bernie Sanders held packed rallies in Vancouver and Seattle over the weekend. Click here for video.

Here's how the Washington State Democrats' caucus works 

KIRO 7 News will also stream any GOP candidates if they come in town for primary events. Learn about how the state republican's caucus and May convention works here.