WELD COUNTY REPUBLICANS

2018 Precinct Caucuses (Weld County):

Important Information:

Precinct caucuses are Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 at 7:00 PM.

  • The deadline to become affiliated with the Republican Party to participate in this year's caucus was January 8, 2018 (by state law).
  • The deadline to update your voter registration with your current address was February 5, 2018 (by state law).
  • If you missed these deadlines, you will not be able to participate or vote this year, but you are still welcome to come and observe.
  • Caucuses will begin at 7:00PM. You must arrive on time. Recommended arrival is 6:30PM.

Lookup your Precinct:

(1) Enter and select your address.
(2) Click near your house or apartment to display your precinct caucus location, your legislative district info, and your District Captain's contact info.
Your District captain is available to assist you on Caucus night.

Caucus Locations for 2018:

Here are the locations confirmed for March 6, 2018:

Click here to download a complete precinct number chart with caucus locations and District Captain info (.csv file)

District A - Precinct 101
Friendship Alliance Church
305 Cheyenne Avenue
Grover, CO 80729

District A - Precinct 102
Prairie High School
42315 Wcr 133
Raymer, CO 80742

District A - Precinct 103
Briggsdale School
515 Leslie Avenue
Briggsdale, CO 80611

District B - All Precincts
Nunn Community Center
185 Lincoln Ave
Nunn, CO 80648

District C - All Precincts
Eaton High School
114 Park Ave
Eaton, CO 80615

District D - All Precincts
Range View Elementary
700 Ponderosa Drive
Severance, CO 80550

District E - All Precincts
Roosevelt High School
616 N 2nd St
Johnstown, CO 80534

District F - All Precincts
Frederick High School
5690 Tipple Pkwy
Frederick, CO 80504

District G - All Precincts
Frederick High School
5690 Tipple Pkwy
Frederick, CO 80504

District H -  Precincts:
202, 300, 301, 302, 304, 303

Fort Lupton Middle School
201 S. McKinley Ave
Fort Lupton, CO 80621

District I -  Precincts 308 & 320
Kersey Fire Station
27128 Weld County Road 53
Kersey, CO 80644

District J - All Precincts
Platteville Elementary School
1202 Main St
Platteville, CO 80651  

District H -  Precincts:
313, 314, 327
Community Baptist Church
15559 County Road 2
Brighton, CO 80603

District I -  Precinct 312
Kiowa Creek Community Church
43741 State Hwy 52
Roggen, CO 80652

District K - All Precincts
Evans Community Complex
1100 37th Street
Evans, CO 80620

District I -  Precincts 311 & 345
American Legion
595 E Railroad
Keenesburg, CO 80643 
 

District I -  Precincts 342 & 310
Rossi Residence
19150 County Road 10
Hudson, CO 80642

District L -  All Precincts
Northridge High School
100 North 71st Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634

District M - All Precincts
UNC Champions Room
Butler Hancock Hall
270 Alles Drive
Greeley, CO 80631

District N - All Precincts
Jefferson Senior High School
1315 4th Ave
Greeley CO 80631

District O - All Precincts
** UPDATED**
University Towers
609 8th Ave,
Greeley, CO 80631

Purpose of Precinct Caucuses

  • Registered Republican voters gather once every even-numbered spring at a neighborhood meeting known as a Precinct Caucus.
  • Precinct Caucuses have numerous duties defined by state statute and party bylaws.
    Loosely summarized, these duties include:
    • Electing Precinct Committee People to serve as officers of the precinct (run the meeting) and assist in grassroots mobilization near election time.
    • Electing delegates to subsequent meetings known as Assemblies (or Conventions).
      • In Weld County, Delegates move on to "District Assemblies" which in turn elect delegates to the County Assembly (and other such assemblies as needed), which in turn elects delegates to Congressional District and State Assemblies. In Presidential election years, delegates are further elected on to the Republican National Convention.
      • Delegates at each assembly have the power to nominate and designate candidates to the June Primary election ballot for offices that fall within their jurisdiction.
    • Considering resolutions on issues, a process which continues on through the Assembly process and results in the adoption of the State and National Republican Party Platforms. These documents formally define what issues Republicans stand for.

Good news!

If you are eligible to participate in your precinct caucus, you are eligible to run for Delegate, Precinct Committee Person, and you can propose resolutions for your Republican neighbors to vote on. This is the perfect chance for you to get involved!

Additional tips to avoid common mistakes:

  • Please do NOT rely on past years' caucus locations.
    Many have changed this year.
  • If you are planning to participate in the REPUBLICAN caucus, do not rely on location information posted by other parties.
    Republicans and Democrats usually caucus at DIFFERENT locations.
  • Give yourself plenty of drive time.
    If you end up in the wrong location you will want to have enough time to make it to the correct location before 7pm.