Republican Party Neighborhood Precinct Caucuses will be held on March 15, throughout Kane County at the following locations:

•Kanab 1-Kanab Elementary School

•Kanab 2-District Courtroom, at the Kane County Courthouse

•Kanab 3-Kanab Library

•Kanab 4-Kanab Middle School

•Alton-Fire House

•Glendale-Town Hall

•Orderville-City Building

•Cedar Mountain-Fire House

•Church Wells-Church Wells Fire Department.

Please refer to the following link for redistricting information http://kane.utah.gov/att/38/store/m6_2012-Voting PrecinctsALL2102012.pdf

Refer to http://www.utgop.org for caucus locations, times, rules, and other information.

Contact the Utah State Republican Party at 801-533-9777, or directly to the Kane County GOP at 435-899-0443 if you have questions about your upcoming caucus. 

Caucuses meet at the precinct level once every two years. A precinct is a group of typically less than 1000 registered voters assigned by your county clerk to be in the same area (usually your neighborhood). It’s the smallest political unit in Utah.

A caucus is a meeting of people from a single precinct who are members of the same political party, or who are not members and do not wish to sign up that evening, but are interested in observing how a caucus works. 

The purpose of a caucus is for a neighborhood to meet and elect precinct officers, and state and county delegates, to represent the precinct at the state or county conventions.  

Having small groups like this guarantees a direct line from citizen to candidate (a grass roots system). Every voice counts in the caucus/convention system because, when you are elected to be a delegate, you have a significant amount of influence in determining who your representatives will be.