BY JOHN WREN
Those who affiliated with one of the two major political parties by the deadline in January, and those subject to exceptions because of various reasons, will be able to fully participate and vote in the Colorado Caucus Tuesday, March 6.
If you don’t know where to go or how the system works contact your county or state party office, your county clerk, or the Secretary of State’s office. There is a Wikipedia article “Colorado Caucus” that may help also.
There are new election rules as a result of last year’s passage of Propositions 107 and 108, which may lead to confusion. It can also be expected that there will be an effort to totally eliminate the Colorado Caucus.
The big change will happen in 2020 when there will be another attempt to have a Presidential Primary. After a few election cycles, the previous attempt was discontinued because of low attendance and high expense.
The best way to learn about the Colorado Caucus is to attend and ask questions. Tweet questions, photos, videos, and comments to #COPolitics and/or #COCaucus.
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