Below you will find information about tonight's caucus for the primary ballot. Caucuses will begin at 7pm sharp. Please arrive to your caucus location by 6:30pm.
You must be registered to vote with a party affiliation of either Democrat or Republican to participate in the caucus system. Delegates chosen on the precinct level at the local caucuses will pick delegates to attend the parties' April conventions. That's where party honchos will chose candidates for the races. Those candidates will then appear on the June 26 primary ballots.
Find your caucus location:
Go to the
Colorado Democrats Caucus Locations page
. You will be directed to enter your address information. Once all of your information is entered, your precinct caucus information will be displayed.
From the Colorado Secretary of State Office:
You can participate in your caucus if you have been registered as a Republican or Democrat since January 8, and have been a resident of the precinct that you will caucus in since February 5. If you were registered, but moved between February 6 and March 6, you can still participate in the caucus held at your former address, but you cannot be elected to serve as a delegate or committee person.
If you are not sure of your registration status, you can check your voter registration information by visiting
and clicking on "Find my registration".
If you became a U.S. citizen or turned 18 after January 8, you can still participate in your precinct caucus even though you didn't meet the deadline - but you still need to be registered and a member of the Democratic or Republican Party to participate.
If you are a member of a minor party, or are not a member of any party, then you are not eligible to participate in the Democratic or Republican caucuses.
Information for unaffiliated voters
In 2016, voters passed Propositions 107 and 108, which allowed voters who are not members of any party (unaffiliated voters) to vote in primary elections. However, unaffiliated voters still cannot participate in precinct caucuses.
If you are unaffiliated you will be allowed to vote in the primary election in June, but you will not be allowed to participate in either the Democratic or Republican caucuses this March.