The primary will be held on March 10. The new system will print a ballot for each voter, a process which should take about 24 seconds. All ballots will be ‘fill in the square,’ then feed the ballot into the counting machine.
The ballot has more than 20 names – including many candidates who have withdrawn and others who are just on Missouri’s ballot.
Democrats are reminded that in order to participate in the caucus they must vote in the March 10 Democratic Presidential Primary.
The Oakville caucus will be held on April 6 at Oakville High School. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. No one will be admitted after the 7:00 p.m. start. The number of delegates to be selected will be conveyed by the party to the club based on the election results. At the caucus supporters of qualifying candidates will select delegates to the Congressional District meeting.
At the Congressional meeting some delegates to the national convention (in Milwaukee in July) will be selected. Others will be selected at the state meeting.
Delegates to the national convention will be responsible for paying their expenses – around $5,000 – to the national convention.