Caucus Information

*Updated January 25th, 2020*

When is caucus?

Saturday, March 7th at 2pm

Why do we hold caucus now that we have a Primary?

Caucus is still a vital part of the grassroots of the Democratic Party.  At caucus in 2020, you will have the opportunity to elect Precinct Committee People (or PCPs), elect Delegates to the Larimer County Assembly and Convention, and review Party Platform changes.  It's important to note that this year, caucus will be the start of the U.S. Senate Nominee process. 

Where do I go to caucus?

Your location will depend on your precinct.  Use the link below to find your caucus location.  You will need to know your precinct to find where to caucus.  If you're unsure of what precinct you live in, there are instructions at the bottom of this page on how to find out what precinct you live in.  

Click here to view caucus locations listed by precinct (link opens in a new window)

Please note that due to circumstances outside of the Larimer County Democratic Party's control, it can on occasion be necessary to move a caucus location.  In the unlikely event this should happen, the link above will be updated.  For this reason, we recommend checking back to make sure your caucus location has not moved. 

If you cannot use the link, please email administrator@larimerdems.org for help. 

 

Am I eligable to caucus?

You can participate in caucus if:

  • You will be 18 years old by November 3rd, 2020
  • You are registered to vote or pre-registered to vote
  • Registered to vote as a Democrat by February 14th, 2020
  • You have lived in the precinct for 22 days before caucus 
    • ​If you moved within 22 days before caucus, then you can participate in caucus at your old address.  Per the Secretary of State, you will not be eligible to be elected as a delegate or committee person. 

If you have more questions, the Colorado Secretary of State has an FAQ on caucus at https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/Candidates/FAQs/caucuses.html 

 

How do I find my Precinct Number?

Please note that your precinct number may have changed since you last attended caucus.  We encourage everyone to check their precinct number again.

How to read your Precinct Number

Precinct numbers are 10-digit numbers, such as 2145335310.
The first digit = Congressional District (2 in this example).
The second and third digits = State Senate District (14 in this example).
The fourth and fifth digits = State House District (53 in this example).
The sixth and seventh digits = County (Larimer is 35).
The last three digits = Precinct (310 in this example.)

Precincts are redrawn every 10 years during reapportionment. A precinct is approximately 1,000 registered voters.