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GOP: 31st District has two caucus locations

Letter by Edward D. Neil, Enumclaw on Feb. 29, 2012 at 2:02 pm with 2 Comments »
February 29, 2012 2:02 pm

Your Feb. 29 issue correctly stated the caucus location for the Pierce County portion of the 31st District. But a significant portion of this district lies in King County. There are two separate county chairpersons and very little coordination between the two entities as a state legislative unit.

In the greater Enumclaw area, our caucus location is at Auburn High School on March 3. With the price of gasoline, it will be difficult enough to get suburban and rural voters to a single caucus location without having them go to the wrong location.


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  1. Don’t worry; your individual vote doesn’t matter at a caucus anyways. In the caucus format, the only vote that counts is that of the delegate; constitutionally the delegate cannot be forced to vote against their own conscience.

  2. by the way, each individual caucus is allocated a single delegate that will represent at the county and state caucuses. if you want your vote to count, you better wait around long enough to be the chosen as delegate.

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