("My favorite translation of 'blessed' is 'lucky'." Eugene Peterson, author of The Message.} If you are grateful to be one of the lucky ones, we invite you to greet newcomers and to facilitate hyper-local self-directed learning groups that focus on how to be both a Good Neighbor and a good citizen in 2018 and 2020. We hope to cooperate with local chambers, service clubs, churches, synagogues, temples, and community newspapers. Willing to help? Have questions? Call John Wren (303)861-1447
Voting in a precienct caucus in 2012. Denver Post.
Where is my precinct caucus?
No one has created a caucus locator for Colorado like the ones that are avilable now in other states. So check your major party website, follow the links, call them if you can't get the job done on your own.
You can find your precinct on your voter record at www.govotecolorado.com, or if in Denver, call 311. Click on the “View my Voter Registration Status” link to see your precinct and political districts. To access your voter information, you must enter your name, date of birth and zip code. The last three numbers of the 10 digit ID number indicate your precinct number.
Registered voters who have been affiliated with the Republican or Democratic parties for at least 60 days prior to the caucuses, and who have resided in their precinct for at least 30 days.
Anyone is welcome to attend the caucus, but must be registered with the Democratic Party, Republican Party in their precinct in order to vote in the caucus.
Exception: If you turn 18 or become a U.S. citizen during the two-month period prior to the caucuses AND register to vote prior to the day of the caucuses, you may participate in the caucuses of the party you affiliated with when you registered.