Commit to Caucus for Jared Polis


Sign up to commit to caucus for Jared Polis on March 6, 2018! This may be the most important election of our lifetime. With Washington giving up its leadership on so many critical issues — from health care to education to climate change — it’s up to us to take bold action here in Colorado to overcome the challenges facing our communities and lead the way into the future.


Important Dates:

You must be registered as a resident of your current precinct by: Monday, February 5, 2018
Participate in the Democratic Caucus: Tuesday, March 6, 2018


Caucus FAQ:

What is the Colorado caucus?

The caucus is the first step in the Democratic nominating process. During the caucus, neighbors gather at their local precinct to declare their support for a Gubernatorial candidate. The caucus helps decide which candidates’ names appear on the ballot.

When is the Colorado caucus?

The Colorado caucus is on Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

Why should I caucus?

To make sure Jared gets on the ballot to be elected as Colorado’s next governor!

What happens when I show up to caucus on Tuesday March 6th?

Make sure to be in line at your caucus no later than 7:00 p.m., but we suggest to show up at 6:30 p.m. just to be safe! At your caucus, you will elect precinct leaders, vote on a county platform, and elect candidate delegates to attend the county and state assemblies.

What do I need to do before the caucus?

In order to participate in the Democratic caucus on March 6th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m., you must be affiliated as a Democrat by January 8th, 2018. You must be registered as a resident of your current precinct no later than February 5th, 2018.

Where can I register to vote?

You can register to vote or update your voter registration at the Colorado Secretary of State’s website at www.govotecolorado.com.

What is the difference between a caucus and a primary?

At a caucus you vote by showing up in person and standing with other Jared Polis supporters. The candidate with the most supporters wins the most delegates in each precinct. At a primary, you cast your vote on a ballot.

Do I have to be at the caucus for my vote to count?

Yes. You must be at the caucus in person for your vote to count.

Where do I caucus?

Caucus locations are being finalized by your county Democratic Party, but most caucuses will be held at a library or school in your neighborhood — so don’t worry, you won’t have to travel far! Commit to Caucus for Jared, and your local organizer will be in touch with your caucus location when it is confirmed.

How do I caucus for Jared?

Caucusing is fun and easy! Commit to Caucus for Jared and your local organizer will make sure you have all of the information you need.

What if I can’t caucus, but I am a Polis for Colorado supporter?

Thanks for your support! We’d love to meet you at a local organizing event soon.

How do I become a State Delegate for Jared?

The easiest way to become a State Delegate for Jared is to go to your Precinct Caucus on March 6th. To be a State Delegate, you must be elected at the Caucus as a County Delegate, attend your County Assembly (between March 7-March 31) and be elected to be a State Delegate to the State Convention on April 14thAt the March 6th Caucus, you will receive information on when and where your County Assembly is.

If I can’t go to the Caucus, can I still be a Delegate for Jared?

Each County Party has different rules for this, but most counties will allow you to be a Delegate if you write a letter of intent and/or have someone at the Caucus nominate you during the election of County Delegates. Therefore, please contact your county’s Democratic Party for their specific rules on this item.


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