- Colorado State Election Law --Colorado Revised Statutes Title 1, Article 3 describes political party organizations and precinct caucuses.
- Colorado Democratic Party Caucus Information - gives caucus locations and explains how the caucus systems works.
- Colorado Republican Party Caucus Information - information on the upcoming Republican caucus. This page is under development, and promises more information to come.
- Find Your Precinct - Use the Registered Voter Search from the Colorado Secretary of States' Office to identify your precinct number.
Now that all the hullabaloo has ended over the Iowa Caucus, life goes on and caucuses are conducted more quietly in the remaining states. The Colorado caucus for presidential candidate selection is scheduled to take place on February 5th this year. The Democratic and Republican Parties will both hold a caucus to poll public preference for their presidential candidates. To learn about the election process, try the following resources:
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