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What you need to know to participate in Colorado’s 2020 caucuses

Posted on March 5, 2020 2020Elections


The Colorado Democratic and Republican parties will conduct precinct caucuses Saturday, March 7, 2020. Republicans start at 10 a.m. and Democrats begin at 2 p.m. Voters should plan to arrive 30 minutes early.

What is a caucus? Precinct caucuses are meetings of registered electors within a precinct who are members of a major political party. The purpose is to elect precinct committee persons and delegates to County assemblies. Read the 2020 Caucus FAQ for more information.

How do I find my precinct information? Visit govotecolorado.gov and choose “find my registration.” Your precinct number is located on the “County & District Information” tab – you need the last three digits of your precinct number to determine your caucus location.

Need Assistance? Douglas County Elections will be available by phone at 303.660.7444 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 7, for caucus attendees who may have precinct or voter registration questions.

Who may participate in caucus? Those who have been a resident of the precinct, are registered to vote and affiliated with the party for at least 22 days prior are eligible to vote in a party’s precinct caucus. Additionally, voters registered and affiliated with a party and who turn 18 less than 22 days before the caucus or are 17 years old on the date of a caucus but will turn 18 by the Nov. 3 General Election may participate. Read the 2020 Caucus FAQ for more information.

Where is my caucus location? Contact the Douglas County Democratic Party or Douglas County Republican Party directly for specific caucus locations for each precinct or for additional information relating to caucus and party rules.

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