2020 Caucus Night
March 24, 2020 at 6 pm
There are a few things you can do to better prepare for your neighborhood caucus.
- Verify you are registered as a Republican in Utah, at your current address.
- Arrive early for check-in
- Bring a photo ID
- Bring a paper and pencil to take notes or write down questions.
- Familiarize yourself with the positions for which you will be voting.
- Bring a friend!
Below are listed the Republican neighbor caucus locations. You must be a Republican voter and attend our caucus meeting within your precinct. Find your precinct using the “Look up” button, and input your voter information.
If you have your voter registration card, or already know which precinct you are in, just look it up using the interactive map below.
If you need to register you can do so online using the “Register to Vote” button. Your registration will be recorded instantly, and you will also be informed on your precinct.
Q. Who can run for the different party positions?
A: Any registered Republican that aligns closely with the Republican Party Platform, and is willing to serve. Being involved in the neighborhood caucus/convention system is one of the most effective ways to make your voice stand out in politics.
Q: How do I run?
A: Simply show up and share your principles with your friends and neighbors.
Q: What are the duties of delegates and precinct officers?
A: Delegates commit to become highly informed on the candidates running in local elections. They meet with them and get to know them far better than can be conveyed through yard signs or TV commercials.
Precinct officers help run the local party by managing their local caucus, and determining how the local party is run. They are some of the best grass-root leaders America has to offer.
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Find My Neighborhood Caucus Location
These locations are subject to change, we will keep this map up to date with any changes that need to be made.