Minnesota's turn to influence local party politics and presidential candidate nominations is around the corner. Minnesota party caucuses are scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7.
What happens at caucuses?
- Elect party officers and delegates
- Vote on the party constitution and bylaws
- Propose, discuss and vote on changes to the party platform
- Vote in presidential candidate straw polls
Where do Mendota Heights, Mendota and Lilydale voters caucus?
Check the Minnesota Secretary of State caucus-finder to search by address.
1897 Delaware Ave, Mendota Heights
Precinct 1: Room A-211
Precinct 2: Room A-212
Precinct 3: Room A-214
Precinct 4: Cafeteria, near side
Precinct 5: Cafeteria, far side
Mendota: Cafeteria, back doors
Lilydale: Cafeteria, middle
Website: MN DFL
St. Paul Central High School, Room 1202
275 Lexington Ave., St. Paul
Website: MN Green Party
1355 Dodd Rd., Mendota Heights
Website: MN Independence Party
701 Mendota Heights Road, Mendota Heights
Website: MN GOP
Have work or school?
"Minnesota Statutes Section 202A.19 permits Minnesota residents to take time off from work without pay to attend precinct caucuses provided they give their employer written notice at least 10 days in advance.
State universities, community colleges, and public schools may not hold classes or events after 6:00 p.m. on the evening of precinct caucuses. State agencies, school boards, county boards, township boards, city councils and all other political subdivisions may not conduct meetings after 6:00 p.m. on caucus night." Source: MN DFL