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FAQs about Caucuses and Assemblies
What is a Precinct Caucus?
Precinct Caucuses are meetings of registered electors within a precinct who are members of a particular major political party. The purpose of Precinct Caucuses is to elect Precinct Committee Persons and Delegates and Alternates to County Assemblies. Caucuses are held in locations across Colorado and are open to the public.
Who can vote in a Precinct Caucus?
In order to vote in any Precinct Caucus of a political party a voter must be:
What happens at a Precinct Caucus?
Caucus attendees elect Officers who will be responsible for organizing political activities within the precinct. Caucus attendees also elect Delegates and Alternates to represent the precinct at the political party’s County Assembly.
What happens at a County Assembly?*
The County Assembly is convened to designate Candidates for county offices for the Primary Ballot, and to select Delegates and Alternates to the District Assemblies and the State Assembly. Delegates may also vote on resolutions and other business.
What happens at the District Assembly?*
The Congressional Distrist Assembly is convened to designate Candidates for Congress, the State Board of Education, the CU Board of Regents and district level delegates to the National Convention. Other District Assemblies nominate Candidates for Colorado General Assembly (State Senator or Representative), and District Attorneys. Delegates may also vote on resolutions and other business.
What happens at the State Assembly/Convention?*
The purpose of the State Assemby is to nominate Candidates for statewide offices to the Primary Election Ballot, and to select Delegates and Alternates to the National Convention. Delegates may also vote on resolutions and other business.
* You must be elected as a Delegate or Alternate at a Precinct Caucus in order to participate (i.e. vote or run for higher level delegate) in County Assembly. You must be elected as a Delegate or Alternate at County Assembly in order to participate (i.e. vote or run for higher level delegate) in District, State and/or National Assemblies.
Is there any cost?
will be held
Tue., March 1, 7 p.m.
Otero County GOP locations are:
La Junta and North La Junta
Rocky Ford and Manzanola
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You may also verify your Voter Registration online.