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Democratic Caucus Accommodation Requests Due January 27

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Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucuses are just a few weeks away and both political parties have been working hard to make sure these caucuses are the most accessible ever.   The Republicans are not expecting as big of turnout as their Democratic friends, who still have a very large field of candidates wanting to get the Democratic Party nomination for President.  Iowa starts that process off on February 3 at 7 p.m. at more than 1,700 caucus sites around the state.

In order to make sure those sites are prepared to accommodate you, the Iowa Democratic Party is urging caucus goers to fill out an accommodation request form so they can make sure your caucus experience is a good one.  You can fill that out online or print a form and send it in at https://iowademocrats.org/request-accommodation-2020-caucus/.  The have asked that you get those forms in by January 27 (but our advice is to send it in as soon as you can to give them time to make arrangements!).

Hope you participate in all caucus activities this year - and get involved in setting the direction of your party.  Remember, we have information that can help you prepare: