With the legislature in session, it’s easy to focus our attention solely on the activity taking place in Salt Lake City. It’s important, and so much takes place on a daily basis that it’s hard to keep up with it all. But it is important to remember that crucial events will take place all year and throughout the state.
If the upcoming elections are important to you, it’s the perfect time to start preparing. Caucus meetings take place in two weeks. Consider trying to become a delegate for your party. As a delegate, you will have the ear of the candidates. They will seek you out and want to share their vision with you. It’s a great opportunity to ask candidates how they feel about disability issues.
The Utah Republican Party holds their caucus meetings at 7:00pm on March 15, 2012; the Utah Democratic Party holds their caucus meetings at 7:00pm on March 13, 2012.
To find out what precinct you live in and the caucus location for your precinct, contact your County government Elections Office or Clerk’s Office. You can also try your political party’s website or the Utah Elections website:
Utah County Elections Office
Utah State Democratic Party
Utah State Republican Party
Utah Elections website (Enter your name, birth date, county, and house number):
Caucus location information also appears in major newspapers a few days before caucuses.
If you would like further information about the importance of attending caucus meetings and becoming a delegate, click the link below to watch a 10 minute video: