Minnesota Caucuses

The St. Paul Pioneer Press has put together a (relatively) quick overview of how the caucuses work in Minnesota.

And MSNBC has this overview with a comparison between the Republican and Democratic party process.

To find where your precinct caucus will be held, you can visit the Caucus Finder web page.

6 Comments

DaVe

about 4 years ago

I hope to attend the Dem caucus, but I don't want to take a loyalty oath to support whichever candidate wins the primary.  I can't support a corporatist warmonger and won't reward the democratic establishment for leaning ever further to the right. Have liberals been paying ANY attention to the effects of neoliberalism on the country and the world?

DaVe

about 4 years ago

In my above comment I should have said " liberals who support Hillary," I know some liberals do know the sordid history of the Bill and Hillary Clinton.
* North American Free Trade Agreement
*Welfare "reform."
*Repeal of Glass/Stegall act
*Bombing of and sanctions on Iraq
*Hillary's time on Walmart board of directors.
*Hillary's support of the coup in Honduras
*Hillary's support of the Iraq war.
*HIllary's support of the destabilization of Libya.
*Hillary's support of the destabilization of Syria.
*Hillary's (previous (?)) support of the TransPacific Partnership
* Hillary's taking 2.9 million dollars for 12 speeches to big banks
*Hillary's bragging about Henry Kissinger's approval of her job at the State Dept.
* And on and on

Paul Lundgren

about 4 years ago


In case a 22-minute rant against Trump might possibly talk anyone down from the ledge.

DaVe

about 4 years ago

Well, Al Franken's arrogant, condescending campaigning for HIllary didn't help much. He was on MPR Tuesday saying the race would be "close" because so many "idealists" attend caucuses. Well, it wasn't even close. I *heart* Minnesota.

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