Minnesota precinct caucuses are meetings organized by Minnesota’s political parties typically held on the first Tuesday in February of a statewide election years. Public meetings; such as City Council meetings, are restricted after 6 p.m. on caucus days.
Who can attend a caucus?
Precinct caucuses are open to the public. But in order to vote, offer resolutions, or become a delegate, you must:
Be eligible to vote in the fall election.
Live in the precincts represented.
Be in general agreement with the principles of the political party (MN does not have an official party registration process).