This Saturday both parties hold their presidential caucuses in Kansas, but they look a little different. While the Democratic caucuses are located by KS Senate district ( KS Democratic Info ), there are many Johnson County locations for Republicans to choose from ( KS GOP Info ).
Important information for Democrats and independents:
-You can register to vote, change party, or change address at the Democratic caucuses. As long as you register as a D at or before the caucus, you can cast your vote.
-Registration is from 1-3 (try to be there at least by 2:30) and the candidate selection begins around 3:30. If you’re not registered or in line to register at 3:00, then you will be too late.
-While you wait you will have the chance to meet local candidates (like me if you live in the Senate 8 boundaries).
Important information for Republicans:
-You must have registered as a Republican by February 4th of this year to participate. No registering at the caucus.
-Your polling places are open from 10:00-2:00 Saturday. You may come by at any point during that window (try to be there by 1:30) and cast a ballot.