First, what is a caucus:
Primaries and caucuses are two very different methods of accomplishing the same basic thing. Simply put, they are both a means for each political party to let voters nationwide select their party’s presidential nominee by selecting delegates (representatives of party members in each state) to send to the party’s national convention.
At each party’s national convention (held the summer before the presidential election), the party selects a presidential nominee based on how party delegates at the convention vote. The Republican and Democratic parties in each state select delegates based on either caucuses or a primary vote in that state — the delegates are sent to represent voters in the state.
Who can go?
In order to participate, you must have registered with the party you identify with by Jan. 4. If you have moved recently, you must have updated your voter registration by Feb. 1.
If you don’t meet those requirements, then you can’t attend.
Where do I go?
Visit http://noconow.co/WheretoCaucus to find your caucus location for Super Tuesday.
Call 411 in Denver for info!
Updated – special notes!
Be sure you’re in line by 7pm!
If you can’t find a babysitter, don’t miss it! Feel free to take your kids! Bring along coloring books, snacks or activities, but bring them and make it a great learning experience!