DAVENPORT, Iowa - Scott County Republicans and Democrats have released their caucus locations for the 2020 Iowa caucuses on Monday, February 3.
Both Iowa Republicans and Iowa Democrats are holding caucuses on Monday, held in community schools, churches and other locations throughout the state.
Caucuses are a unique experience that brings Iowa neighbors together to express their presidential candidate preferences and work to move their choice forward. Caucus-goers also establish their party's top issues for the coming election.
You must already be registered to vote to attend Iowa Caucuses, and then will choose your party. If you are not registered, you can register at the Caucuses.
The Iowa Secretary of State's Office tells WOC Radio News that anyone not registered to vote can do so at the Caucus location Monday night. CLICK HERE for Iowa voter registration information. Identification is required.
Anyone who is not yet 18 years old, but who will be 18 by Election Day November 3, 2020 can register to vote at the caucus site Monday night and participate in the Caucus.
Additional information from KWQC-TV 6 in Davenport, and WHO-TV 13 in Des Moines.
Listen to WOC AM 1420 Radio on Monday February 3 beginning at 7:00 p.m. for live Iowa Caucus coverage.