The Teton County Democratic Caucus is Tomorrow: 5 Things to Know

(Jackson, Wyo.) - Tomorrow is the Teton County Democratic Presidential Caucus. Here are 5 things you should know before you attend: *1. You Need to be a Registered Democrat: *To participate in the Teton County Democratic Caucus, you need to have been registered as a Teton County Democrat by March 25. As of the March 25 deadline for participating in the caucus, there were 3,736 registered Democrats in Teton County, according to records kept by the Teton County Clerk's office. *2. Where to Go: *The Teton County Democratic Caucus will be held at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole at 830 E Hansen Ave. in Jackson. *3. When to Go:* The Caucus official begins at 11 a.m., but due to widespread interest in Saturday's Democratic Party Presidential Caucuses, the county party will open the check-in process early, at 9 a.m. *4. You Can Cast Your Vote and Leave:* "Voters also may cast ballots and immediately leave, rather than wait for the caucus process to unfold," said Marcia Kunstel, one of the caucus organizers. *5. Want to Become a Delegate?* All registered Democrats at the caucus will be eligible to become delegates, as will all Teton County registered Democrats not present at the caucus who have made a declaration of candidacy for delegate to the state Democratic Party by April. More information on the caucus is available here: *Feature Photo: h/t Creative Commons / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news