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September 07, 2007 07:01 PM UTC

Republicans Officially Move Up Caucus to Feb. 5

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  • by: Colorado Pols


From The Denver Post:

Colorado GOP chairman Dick Wadhams on Thursday officially moved up the party’s caucus date from March 18 to Tuesday, Feb. 5.

Republicans will also hold a presidential-preference poll on that day, although it is nonbinding on the delegates going to to the Republican National Convention next summer.

Six weeks ago, state Democrats moved up their caucuses to Feb. 5.

Colorado is now one of more than 20 states holding, or planning to hold, their presidential caucuses or primaries on that date.

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5 thoughts on “Republicans Officially Move Up Caucus to Feb. 5

  1. I saw that term in the paper yesterday and it was an appropriate term.

    When it is over we will have a lot fewer candidates n both sides. We might even have a nominee on one side or the other.

    This goes against conventional party wisdom (wishes?), but I actually like the idea that we might, just might, have a choice to make at the National Convention.

  2. Because turnout for caucus’ will increase that helps the two parties recruit more volunteers/activists whatever…

    We won’t get more visits from candidates because their are probably 17 out of the 20 states participating that night that have more value.

    I applaud the move except…What were all these states thinking, don’t they realize that this day is Fat Tuesday?

    See ya on Bourbon Street…

    Thanks for fixing my access codes Pols…It’s great to be back.

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