Democrats in Kansas will be gathering tomorrow (SAT) for the state party’s presidential caucus. President Barack Obama is all but assured the Democratic nomination. But Kansas Democratic Party Chair Joan Wagnon says the caucus will be a chance for Democrats to talk about issues in the campaign.
There are 50 caucus locations around the state, with at least one in each state Senate district. Caucus locations are available on the Kansas Democratic Party’s website. Registration starts at 1:00 pm and the caucus vote will take place at 2:00. Republicans held their presidential caucus last month.
For more information on the Kansas Democratic presidential preference caucus, including caucus locations, click here.