Republican Caucus planning is now in full swing in every community throughout the State of Minnesota. It is at the caucuses that we select our Precinct leadership and our Republican district convention delegates. In addition, for the first time, our Presidential Preference Ballot will be a part of the “Super Tuesday” primary and caucus polls. The outcome of our balloting could have an strong impact on which candidates continue their campaigns for the Republican Presidential endorsement. Expect more details on this in the near future.
When and Where will my Caucus be Held?
Note that the Caucus are not held at our typical election polling places. Our Senate District 49 team has reserved two locations for the March 1st event:
- All Bloomington Republicans will caucus with their precincts at Thomas Jefferson High School in Bloomington.
- Edina, Eden Prairie and Minnetonka Republicans that reside within Senate District 49 will caucus at South View Middle School in Edina.
The caucuses will officially convene at 7 p.m. on March 1st. However, we anticipate a strong interest in these meetings, with a good turn-out. We urge you to arrive early, to give yourself time to park, to find your caucus room, and to sign-in. Whether your caucus is held at Thomas Jefferson High School or at South View Middle School, the doors will open at 6:15 p.m. Caucus registration will take place in the room assigned to your precinct.
What’s my Precinct?
Now is a good time to verify the number of your precinct. CLICK HERE and use your address to find your precinct number.
Can I lend a hand?
The success of our caucus will depend on having a volunteer team in place on March 1st. If you have attended Republican caucuses in Minnesota before, please consider volunteering to help. We expect new faces and are seeking Greeters to help people find their precinct room location. Also, our Precinct Caucus Conveners and Secretaries will need help signing people in for the evening. We will provide training in February.
CLICK HERE to Sign up to be a Greeter.