Where and how to caucus on Iowa Caucus Day INFO & LOCATIONS HERE

Iowa Caucus in Iowa City

DES MOINES, Iowa - The Iowa Caucuses are essentially meetings of neighbors who gather to decide on political candidates and decide what political issues are most important to them. Caucuses are not elections, and are not run by the state like elections are.

Instead, each of the major political parties oversees caucuses in Iowa, and set up their own caucus locations and report the results.

Participating is easy and a way for Iowans to directly become involved in the political process.

You must be registered with the party you want to caucus with in order to participate, but you can register to vote on-site the night of the caucus. Independents may choose to party with either the Democrats or Republicans.

Those who will be 18 years old and of legal voting age on election day (Tuesday November 3, 2020) may participate in caucuses, and may register to vote before the caucuses.

Find Caucus Locations here:

The location where you caucus might not be the same as where you vote on election day.

CLICK HERE for Iowa Democratic Party Caucus locations

CLICK HERE for Republican Party of Iowa Caucus locations

Independents choose which of the two major parties they prefer to caucus with and attend that caucus

Listen to your local iHeart NewsTalk Radio Station for live Caucus Night coverage tonight beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Cedar Rapids, Iowa NewsTalk 600 WMT

Council Bluffs, Iowa NewsTalk 1110 KFAB Omaha

Davenport, Iowa NewsTalk 1420 WOC

Des Moines, Iowa NewsTalk 1040 WHO

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