2020 DFL Precinct Caucuses FAQ

The 2020 DFL Precinct Caucuses will be held on Tuesday, February 25th. Registration begins at 6:30, with the call to order at 7:00pm. These meetings will not adjourn before 8:00pm. For more information about the 2020 caucus and convention process, visit this website. If you want to really dig into the rules and procedures, read the DFL Official Call. A few answers to frequently asked questions are below.

Where do I go to caucus this year?

The location for the precinct caucuses depends on which MN House district you reside in:

  • House District 66A: Roseville Area High School
  • House District 66B: Washington Technology Magnet School

Visit https://caucus.dfl.org to look up your caucus location and precinct name!

To save yourself time on the night of the caucuses, you can look up the classroom your precinct is assigned to in advance. Precinct classroom assignments are posted below:

What if I have a scheduling conflict?

If you cannot attend your precinct caucus but would still like to participate, you must fill out this non-attendee form (or write a letter containing all the required information) and send us an email with the form or letter attached. Alternatively, you can have a neighbor bring it to the precinct caucus for you, or you can drop off your completed form at our February Central Committee meeting (check our Calendar).

How do I request accommodations?

Accommodations information and the request form is available on the State DFL website and must be requested 14 days prior to the event.

How do I vote in the presidential preference ballot?

There will be no presidential preference ballot at the DFL caucuses this year. Instead, the statewide Presidential Primary will be held on Tuesday, March 3rd. You can vote early in person or by mail beginning Friday, January 17th. More information is available on the Secretary of State website, and you can request an absentee ballot here.

What’s next after the precinct caucuses?

The SD66 DFL Endorsing Convention will be held April 11th, 2020, at the Washington Technology Magnet School. Expect it to be an all-day event. If you would like to be involved in helping to plan the convention, please be sure to attend our planning meeting on Saturday, March 7th at 10am at the New Life Presbyterian Church in Roseville.

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