The Washington State Democratic Party caucus is held on March 26th at 10 AM. It will be Washington state Democrats’ opportunity to make their voices heard on who should be our next President. Anyone who will be 18 by November 8, 2016 and affirms they are a Democrat on Caucus Day is eligible to participate.

To find out where to go for the Washington State Democratic Caucus, fill in at least two fields below and click “Find my Caucus Location”.

If you have a printer, please have it ready so you can print this check-in form and bring it to the caucus. If you cannot print, forms will be available to fill out at your caucus location (pre-registration is not required in order to caucus).

If you have recently updated your voter registration and our database has your old address, you will not be able to pre-register. Instead, go to pollingplaces.democrats.org and use your current address to find your caucus location. Then, arrive at your caucus location before 10:00am on March 26 to fill out a paper form. Please also consider updating your address at sos.wa.gov/elections/myvote or via a new voter registration form at the caucus.


Names and birthdates have been censored for privacy.

If these results show outdated registration information please leave a message with our caucus hotline at (206) 583-0665 and we will assist you in looking up your caucus information.

Once you have completed the form below, please print it, manually sign the document, and bring it with you on the day of the caucus.
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Caucus are 10AM on March 26. Check DemCaucus.com for location updates.
www.wa-democrats.org
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2016 Democratic Precinct Caucus Sign-In Sheet
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