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Be it resolved that – Stand up at your precinct caucus!

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Want to carry a resolution to your precinct caucus? Or a whole bunch of resolutions? Here’s a list, and some links to more. If you have resolutions to add, put them in the comments. Take one, take a dozen – put them on this form for the DFL (or REALLY get crazy and put them on this form, if you’re a Republican.) Continue reading

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Precinct caucus tips and trivia

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Photo by Chris Gallevo, Democratic-Farmers-Labor Party. Precinct W-6 P-4. St. Stephens School. Minneapolis, MN. February 5, 2008.. Creative Commons license.

[UPDATED 2/24/2016] Precinct caucuses are next week – TUESDAY, MARCH 1. That’s Super Tuesday, because of caucuses and primaries happening across the country. In Minnesota, if you want to a party’s presidential nominee, you go to the caucus. This article is a quick guide to DFL precinct caucuses. For others, check websites for the Republican Party, the Independence Party, the Green Party and the Libertarian Party. Continue reading

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