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Letter: A primer on the caucus

We are supporting Hillary Clinton for president and are inviting all “Hillary for president” supporters to our home, located at 1500 Silver King Drive, on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. for a caucus training to help us know what to expect at the caucus on March 1. We will have supper, wine and beverages.

March 1 is the Colorado Democratic caucus. In Pitkin County, all precincts will be meeting at the Aspen High School cafeteria starting at 6 p.m. for registration and supper. You must be in line by 7 p.m. to be eligible to vote for your choice for the Democratic nominee for president. All Colorado voters who are registered as Democrats as of Jan. 4, residents of their precinct as of Jan. 31 and registered to vote as of Feb. 1 may vote at the March 1 caucus. This is an exciting privilege and does not take much time;­ please plan to attend. For more information, contact Pitkin County Democratic Party Chairman Howard Wallach at hbwallach@gmail.com.

This is a very close race, and we need your help to make history once again! Please join us Wednesday to learn more about the caucus process and what you can do to help elect Clinton to be the next president of the United States. Please RSVP to Blanca at blancainaspen@gmail.com.

Blanca Uzeta O’Leary and J. Cavanaugh O’Leary


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