2016 Caucus Information

To find your caucus site and pre-register:  Pre-Register 

What is a Caucus?  A caucus is a local meeting, divided up by precincts, where people can express a presidential preference and choose delegates that may attend the national convention in July of 2016 and actually select the Democratic presidential nominee.

Who can attend the Caucus?  Anyone can participate, but voting is limited to registered voters in their voting precinct who consider themselves Democrats.  If you are 17 years old and will be turning 18 on or before election day, November 8, 2016, and will be registering to vote, you will be eligible to vote in the caucus.

Where to Caucus?
You can click on the 2016 Democratic Precinct Caucus Sites and download a PDF that lists all the caucus sites in the area.

What if I cannot attend the Caucus?  The Washington State Delegate Selection Plan allows registered voters who cannot attend their caucus due to religious observance, military service, work schedule, disability or illness to complete and submit a Surrogate Affidavit from to the State Party.  The completed form must be received by the State Party on or before 5:00 p.m. on March 18, 2016.

For more information, please visit the Washington State Democrats’ 2016 Caucus page.