Precinct Caucuses

Minnesota precinct caucuses are meetings organized by Minnesota’s political parties typically held on the first Tuesday in February of a statewide election years. Public meetings; such as City Council meetings, are restricted after 6 p.m. on caucus days.

Who can attend a caucus?

Precinct caucuses are open to the public. But in order to vote, offer resolutions, or become a delegate, you must:
  • Be eligible to vote in the fall election.
  • Live in the precincts represented.
  • Be in general agreement with the principles of the political party (MN does not have an official party registration process).