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Deadline to Request Satellite Democratic Caucus Locations is November 18

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The Iowa Caucuses will be held on Monday night, February 3, 2020.  Democrats can find their neighborhood caucus locations, candidate contacts, and more information about the caucuses here.  Republicans can find their information here.

The Iowa Democratic Party is allowing groups to request an alternative "satellite location" to caucus on February 3, 2020. These can be at workplaces, community centers, nursing homes or other congregate living centers, churches, or other locations that make it easy for people to gather.  If you would like to host a satellite caucus, you must send in a request by November 18!  Click here for the request form.

  • To participate in the Democratic caucus, you must be registered to vote and be registered as a Democrat.  
  • To participate in the Republican caucus, you must be registered to vote and be registered as a Republican.  
  • You can always change your party affiliation before, on, and after caucus night, but save time and do it before.
  • Republicans do not currently plan to offer satellite caucuses this year, so registered Republicans that wish to caucus must go to their neighborhood caucus location.