PRE-REGISTER FOR CAUCUS here.
Boulder County is the first Democratic Party to attempt the online pre-registration. Registration is a two step process: The pre-registration, done prior to and on Caucus night. Then, the QR code from pre-registration is scanned again and registrant gets blue card. The blue card is each attendee’s credential. You can’t vote without a blue card. Blue cards are turned in with precinct paperwork at end of evening.
A smaller crowd than 2016 is expected for Tuesday’s Caucus. However, if your Supersite (the caucus location that houses several precincts) is chaotic, here’s a good rule of thumb: Don’t Complain First. Thank a Volunteer, THEN ask your question. They’ll be happy to help or find someone who can. (Also consider volunteering yourself next time…Thanks!)
The Boulder County Democratic Party, that recruits volunteers to run Caucus, has been conducting training sessions for weeks. You’ll find more training information at bocodems.org
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IF YOU BECOME A DELEGATE, THANK YOU! But be certain you can follow through on the process: County Assembly, March 24 and State Assembly April 14. There are no Alternate Delegates this year. DO NOT LOSE your chance to REPRESENT.
Longmont Area Democrats conducted an informational meeting on February 8, 2018 about Caucus. Slides from that event are posted below. If you have any questions about caucus, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Use menu bar at bottom of image to navigate pages, zoom in/out, access full page mode, or to download:2018 Caucus Slides
YOU MUST BE AFFILIATED WITH THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY BY JANUARY 8, 2018, IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN CAUCUS ON MARCH 6, 2018.
In order to attend Caucus in your present neighborhood’s Caucus location you must have had your address current by FEBRUARY 5, 2018.
(C.R.S. 1-3-101 “Party affiliation required – residence”: except that any registered elector who has attained the age of eighteen years or who has become a naturalized citizen during the two months immediately preceding the meeting may vote at any caucus, assembly, or convention even though the elector has been affiliated with the political party for less than two months.)
Precinct Lookup Form pdf and 4up version for printing (to share!), here.
(Once downloaded, both forms have “fields” to digitally fill out your district information.)
Check your voter information at govotecolorado.com
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