Political caucuses are Monday in Humboldt


The GOP caucus will be the VFW Hall in Dakota City. The Democrat caucus will be at Taft Elementary School. People should arrive at either caucus prior to 7 p.m.

Humboldt County Republicans and Democrats will have a chance to caucus for their favorite candidates on Monday, Feb. 3, when Iowa hosts its first-in-the-nation caucuses.
The Republican Party in Humboldt County will be holding its 2020 Presidential Caucus on Monday, Feb. 3 at the VFW Hall, 412 Main St., Dakota City.
This will be the caucus site for all Republican voters from the precincts of Avery-North Weaver; Dakota City-Grove Township; Delana-Wacousta-North Rutland; Humboldt Precinct 1-Corinth-South Weaver; Humboldt Precinct 2-Beaver-South Northway; Humboldt Precinct 3-South Rutland; Humboldt Township and West Vernon Township; North Lake and East Vernon; and South Lake-North Norway will all caucus at the VFW Hall in Dakota City.
The caucus will convene promptly at 7 p.m., so people are encouraged to arrive early to get checked in and seated on time.
Likewise, all nine precincts of Humboldt County Democrats will caucuses at Taft Elementary School, 612 2nd Ave. N., Humboldt, on Monday, Feb. 3.
South school doors open at 6 p.m. and caucuses begin promptly at 7 p.m. Those who want to participate must be in line no later than 7 p.m., as doors will be closed after that time.
Caucuses are gatherings of neighbors where Democrats meet to organize their precincts for the upcoming election, discuss important issues and declare their presidential preferences.

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