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Colorado Republicans will hold their caucuses on Tuesday, February 7 at 7 p.m.  Please arrive by 6:30 pm to register and start on time.

Pre-register: The Colorado GOP has established a statewide Preregistration Process that will verify you are eligible for caucus prior to the meeting:  http://www.caucus.cologop.org/  All you need to do is enter your address and zip code.  There are two benefits:

One, it will tell you your confirmed caucus location.

Two, you will be pre-registered.  Simply print your confirmation form and bring it with your photo i.d. to caucus.  This will save everyone time, as the precinct committee people will not need to find your name on the printed list.

Caucus Training for Republican Voters:  Estes Park Tea Party Patriots held a caucus training meeting on Saturday, January 21, 1 p.m. at the Estes Valley Library.  We reviewed information provided by the Larimer County Republican Party.  We will also discuss the resolution process, which allows caucus attendees to submit proposed resolutions that will be voted on at the higher assemblies.  This is the process that determines the state and national party platforms. The Larimer GOP sponsored two caucus training meetings.  Hopefully these pre-meeting discussions help people run meetings more efficiently than in years past.

Please attend the Republican Caucus February 7, because this meeting will decide who represents your precinct, and who will be delegates to pick local candidates for the Colorado Republican primary ballot.  Let’s ensure the Republican Party elects candidates who are committed to limited government, free enterprise and upholding the U.S. Constitution.

Democrat Caucuses:  Democrats will be holding their caucuses on Tuesday, March 6.  The Larimer County Democrats or the Colorado Democratic Party might provide more information as the date approaches.

This post will be updated as we approach caucus, so check back at this link before February 7.  Also, please e-mail and share this post on Facebook and other social media because it will help us ensure greater citizen participation.

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