The 2018 election cycle in Minnesota is already well underway, but what exactly IS a caucus, and why should anyone participate?
When you show up to your proper polling place, which you can find by clicking here, you'll be given a preference ballot, which asks who you'd like to see your party of choice support in the Minnesota governor's race this November. While it isn't a deciding event, it is one that helps remove irrelevant candidates from serious ones.
Caucuses are scheduled to begin at 7 PM across Minnesota on Tuesday, February 6th and will stay open for at least one hour, while some may run longer.
You can find where to caucus near your home by clicking the link below.