Democrats have announced their party caucuses, the venues for organizing the next election cycle and designating candidates for the party’s primary ballot. Precinct committee people will also be elected, resolutions to the party platform will be submitted and participants may volunteer to be an election judge and elect delegates to represent candidates for governor at county assembly, the party has announced.
Each caucus elects two precinct committee people for the next two years.
“These people are the heart and souls of the Democratic party, who organize their precinct by reaching out to Democrats in their precinct, with information about caucus and distributing literature for the party,” a party announcement said.
Political parties are asked to submit lists of potential election judges, a paid position lasting anywhere from about a month to few days during the election.
Precincts can also submit resolutions for inclusion on the county platform.
This year, a preference poll will be taken on the governor’s race. Delegates representing candidates using the caucus process to get on the ballot will be elected proportionally to go the Arapahoe Democratic Party County Assembly on March 24, at Hinkley High School.
More information can be found about the Democratic caucus at arapahoedems.org. Locate precinct numbers at GoVoteColorado.com.
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