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Democratic caucuses will be held March 6. Registration will begin at 6:30 p.m. and caucus meetings will begin promptly at 7 p.m.
Many precinct numbers and boundaries have changed. Voters should look up their new precinct number at the Larimer County Clerk and Recorder’s website: www.Larimer.org/Elections (click on “Am I Registered?”) prior to caucus.
A person may vote at the precinct caucus, be elected a delegate or an alternate from the caucus and/or be elected as a precinct committee person if they have been:
• A resident in the precinct for at least thirty (30) days, and
• Registered to vote in the precinct for at least 29 days and
• A registered Democrat for not less than two months prior to the date of the caucus.
“Caucus is a great way to meet your neighbors and your local Democratic candidates,” said William Russell, Larimer County Democrats Chairman. “Caucus is the kickoff to the election season. We expect a great turnout in 2012 with President Obama and Congressman Jared Polis at the top of our ballot in Larimer County.”
Precinct caucuses are the first step in the Democrats caucus – primary process. Delegates to the Larimer County Democrats Convention and Assembly are elected at caucus, and each precinct elects two precinct committee people.
The Larimer County convention will be held on March 10 at Fossil Ridge High School in Fort Collins. Registration for the Convention and Assembly will begin at 8 a.m.
A complete list of Larimer County Democrats Precinct Caucus locations, along with many more caucus details can be found at www.LarimerDems.org.