Voting and Election Information

Precinct Caucuses: 

LWV Minnesota Suggested Caucus Resolutions

Who: Precinct caucuses are open to the public.  Only eligible voters who reside in the precinct are allowed to vote or become a delegate.

What: Precinct caucuses are political party-organized meetings marking the beginning of the election process.  These meetings bring neighbors together to discuss and vote on policy positions (resolutions) to create the parties' platforms.  Precinct caucus attendees also elect precinct officers, delegates, and alternates.

When: Tuesday, February 4, 2014, 7 PM

Where: You will be able to find the location closest to you by clicking here.

Why: This is one of the best ways for citizens to engage in the political process and make their voices heard.  Citizens are strongly urged to participate in this influential and important step in the democratic process.

For more information, visit the Secretary of State's FAQs page on Precinct Caucuses by clicking here.

Download the LWV Minnesota PowerPoint on Precinct Caucuses

Download the LWV Minnesota PowerPoint on Precinct Caucuses (.pdf version)

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