Please consider sharing this email with your coworkers and employees to encourage participation on the Iowa caucuses on February 1. 
Monday is Caucus Day in Iowa and we have a responsibility. We have the first opportunity in the nation to vote for the leader whose decisions will impact our livelihoods, companies, careers, families and communities. 

Don't pass up this opportunity to make your voice heard!


Caucus starts at 7 p.m. 

It's important to arrive early. Party officials recommend participants get to their caucus locations 30-45 minutes before the caucus begins. You need to be registered or in line to register by 7 p.m. or you won't be able to participate.

Unlike elections, Caucuses are run by the state Democrat and Republican parties, and your caucus location may be different than your polling place. 

Find your Caucus Location for the Democrat Caucus here and Republican Caucus here.

Not registered with a party? You can register at your caucus location by showing documentation of your address (example: utility bill with your current address). 

For more information or to register to vote, click here.

The Caucus process can be intimidating but it doesn't have to be. These step-by-step videos in the  Iowa Caucus Toolkit can walk you through what to expect and how to participate. 

It's important to know where the candidates stand. Find out where those running to represent you as president stand with side-by-side comparisons and detailed information about their positions on important issues. Click here to learn about the 2016 presidential candidates.

ABI asked candidates where they stand on issues important to ABI members and all Iowa businesses. Check out our Presidential Candidate Video Series here to see what candidates had to say. 

Encourage your colleagues and employees to participate in the caucuses as well. Print off this poster now and hang it near your entrance, in your break room or anywhere else your employees will see it and remember to Caucus on Monday! Click here to download the poster.