A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE
Begins with YOU at the GOP CAUCUS!
Saturday, March 7, 10 a.m., in your Precinct (or near it).
AFFILIATE Republican by 2-14-2020 to participate. Caucuses are open to the public for observation. Only registered Republicans or Democrats can vote at their party's caucuses.
FIND and UNDERSTAND your precinct number.
WHAT ARE CAUCUSES?
Caucus, in this case, is another word for meeting. The caucuses are the foundational political party meetings held simultaneously in each precinct throughout the state. They will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2020 with the Republicans meeting at 10:00 a.m. and the Democrats meeting at 2:00 p.m.
At caucus, party members talk with their neighbors to begin the process of choosing leadership for their party and representatives for their government. Caucuses are government mandated and regulated meetings, but they are for conducting the private business of the parties. The PCP’s and delegates elected at these meetings will hold legally recognized political positions and will make decisions that will impact Colorado's future.
SAVE THE DATE! Clear your calendar for the caucus on Saturday, March 7, from 10 a.m. to Noon. You must attend to participate (no proxy voting). If you cannot attend but would like to be considered as a candidate for your precinct’s PCP or delegate, be sure to send a surrogate to speak on your behalf.
Click HERE to Affiliate with the GOP or check your registration.
To vote at your Precinct Caucus, you must have registered to vote, lived in your precinct and affiliated with the GOP 22 days prior to the caucus. You will be automatically registered to attend and vote at your caucus once you have completed this step. The deadline is Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2020. Love your state? Affiliate!
Prepare. Your county party origination will be conducting the caucuses in every precinct throughout your county. It’s a big job! Your county party may have a website with an option to sign up for their newsletter. That’s the best way to stay informed about caucus locations and the business which will be conducted there. Maybe you could volunteer to help! Visit ColoGOP.org and click on Directories to find information about your county party.
Step up and get involved! At each Precinct Caucus meeting, attendees will elect Precinct Committee People to represent them to the county party and delegates to delegate candidates to the primary election ballots. YOU may be the most qualified person to run for one of these positions!
Consider volunteering and/or stepping up to run for something! The only defense against a tyrannical Democrat government is a Republican GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE!
Click HERE for a chart of Colorado's Caucus/Assembly/Convention process.
WHAT IS THE CAUCUS/ASSEMBLY/CONVENTION PROCESS?
WHY AFFILIATE WITH THE GOP?
WHY ARE THE CAUCUSES SO IMPORTANT?
WHAT HAPPENS BEFORE THE CAUCUS MEETING?
WHAT HAPPENS AT THE CAUCUS MEETING?
WHAT IS THE COST?
Here are links to more information and other frequently asked questions from the Secretary of State.
Find which seats are up for election https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/vote/electionOffices.html