Echoing chants of thousands marching in 45 cities brings Bernie Sanders message to the masses in Seattle. Between 600-800 activists, community members, union workers, labor leaders, organizers, and one goat, gathered at Occidental Park in Seattle to rally in support of Bernie Sanders as the democratic nominee for the 2016 presidential election. Demonstrators then marched from Pioneer Square to Westlake Park with stops at the King County Administration Building and Wells Fargo, flanked by lines of bicycle police. At Westlake, community organizers, labor leaders, and Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant spoke to the crowd. You can hear Sawant’s speech below.