General Information

Precinct Member Information

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This year, all caucus attendees are required to register online prior to being credentialed and admitted into the caucus meeting. You can register on a computer or mobile device at this link.

Before Caucus Night

To participate in the Republican Party Caucus, you must be a registered Republican.

  • If needed you can register to vote here
    • You must be a US Citizen, and 18 by the day of the General Election to register.
    • Please note that in order to cast a ballot in the Presidential Preference Poll you must register to vote by February 23rd 2024.
  • If you have recently moved, update your address on your registration here
    • Updates to your voter registration may take up to 10 business days to be reflected on the LT. Governors site.
    • Voters that are Unaffiliated with a political party may affiliate as Republican up to the night of Caucus.
    • Voters that are affiliated with another political party must change their party affiliation by January 9th 2024.
  • If you have marked your voter records as WITHHELD (which keeps your records private from political parties), you may need to show your voter record on to the check-in volunteer at your caucus location.
  • Register to attend caucus at
    • All attendees must register

Your Precinct, similar to a large neighborhood, is a specific area, and Republicans from that area come together for a Caucus Meeting.

  • Visit the Caucus Locations page of our site to find your precinct and caucus location.

Precinct Members will be voting to elect:

  • Precinct Chair
  • Precinct Vice Chair
  • Precinct Secretary/Treasurer
  • State Delegates
  • County Delegates

Each of these roles plays an important part to make sure your precinct is represented within the County and State Republican Parties.

Learn more about these roles on our Precinct Role Descriptions page.

Find out who is running for precinct positions by asking friends and neighbors in your precinct.

  • Learn about what principles and values are important to them.
  • What are their thoughts on the County and State Party Platforms, and do they support them?
  • Why are they running for a position?
  • Are they committed to putting in the time and work to represent the precinct properly?
  • Will they attend all the meetings and conventions that are expected of them?
  • Has a specific candidate asked them to be a delegate for them?

Caucus Night Information

We Recommend Arriving Early as Parking will be limited. Please Carpool where possible.

5pm - 7pmCheck-in & Credentialing - Only registered Republicans who live in the Precinct will be given ballots and allowed to vote
Open discussions with precinct members and candidates
7pmOfficial Caucus Meeting Begins
Precinct Elections - You must be present for the elections you want to participate in.
Open discussions with Elected Delegates - Let your delegates know what issues concern you so they know what is important to the precinct.
9pm or when completedMeeting Ends
  • Welcome/Introductions
  • Prayer
  • Pledge
  • Reading of the County Platform
  • Review of Rules, Procedures, Duties of Precinct and Delegate Positions
  • Open Presidential Preference Poll Voting
  • Nominations and Elections for:
    • Precinct Chair
    • Precinct Vice Chair
    • Precinct Secretary and/or Treasurer
    • State Delegate(s)
    • County Delegate(s)
  • Other Business as directed by State and/or County Parties
  • Select Election Judges
  • Adjournment of the Meeting And Close Voting for Presidential Preference Poll
  • Tabulate and Report Results

We would also recommend discussing any concerns you currently have with your newly elected delegates. They will be able to use this info to vet candidates during primary and convention to make sure your precinct is represented.

To make the most of Caucus, please bring the following items:

  • Government Issued Photo ID
    • You must verify who you are to get credentialed and receive your ballots.
    • Refer to the state voter website for examples of acceptable identification. Click to See Voter ID Examples
  • Caucus Registration Confirmation Email
    • Please show your registration email at the door to receive credential and ballots. Confirmation emails may be printed or shown on a mobile device.
  • Pen or Pencil
    • This will be needed to take notes and fill out your ballots.
  • Notebook
    • With five precinct positions to vote on, there will be many candidates to talk to and evaluate. A notebook will be very helpful in taking notes on each candidate.

Precinct Candidate Information

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Before Caucus Night

PLEASE NOTE: If your voter records are Withheld and you are elected to a precinct leadership role or delegate, your information will be shared with candidates and may be posted publicly according to state law.

Serving in a precinct position is a serious responsibility. Neighbors are counting on those elected to do their job. They need them to do the WHOLE job, not just the exciting parts. As you consider running for a precinct position, make sure you can commit the necessary time, and have the availability to attend the required meetings for your selected position.

Precinct Leadership positions (Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary) have year round duties and commitments that vary, but do most of their work leading up to the next Neighborhood Caucus Night.

Precinct Delegates start sprinting the day after Caucus, and keep going until the Nominating Convention, in 3-4 weeks time. They have a short period of time to attend meet & greets and cottage meetings, listen to debates, and to meet and vet numerous candidates across multiple races. While most of their work is done when the Nominating Convention ends, they still need to attend the Organizing Convention a year later to elect new party leaders.

Learn more about the roles, responsibilities and required commitments for each precinct position here:

Precinct Role Descriptions

Let precinct members know you are running. Here are some ways you can do that:

  • Post it to your social media.
  • Call, Text or email the neighbors and friends you know.
When you communicate with your neighbors, be sure to let them know:
  • What position you are running for
  • Why you decided to run
  • That you will fulfill all the duties and commitments of the position
  • The principles and values that you stand for
  • Any specific issues that are of a concern to you

Caucus Night

Plan to arrive early so that you can talk to as many neighbors as possible. The more neighbors you can talk to, the better your chances are at getting elected. Please note that parking will be limited depending on your caucus location.

You may not have time to talk to every precinct member, but you can give them a brief 1/4 page summary:

  • Who you are?
  • Why you are running?
  • How you will represent the values of your precinct?
  • Have you pledged your delegate vote to a candidate?

Precinct Host Information

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Weeks Before Caucus Night

The Davis County Republican Party will hold multiple training events prior to Caucus. Training slides are also posted under the Caucus Training section of this site. You can also reach out to your Legislative District Chair. They will be your primary point of contact for all things Caucus.

Make sure your contact info is updated with the Party so you can receive notifications.

The County and State Party will advertise when Caucus is on their website, but not everyone is watching it. We need you to help get the word out. Make sure all the Republican voters in your precinct are well informed about when Caucus is and How it works.

Everything you need will be provided to you at a Caucus training event on February 20th. Make sure to attend or meet with your Legislative District Chair to collect them. Event information will be emailed out and posted on the events section of this page.

Go through the checklist in the PDF below to ensure you have all packet contents. School Leads will only have limited supplies on caucus night.

2024 All In One Packet WEBSITE READY

Week of Caucus Night

Get people thinking about Caucus Night. Encourage those considering running for precinct positions to announce that early so that others know and can start asking questions beforehand.

Schedule a visit to your caucus location with the facility.

  • Meet with your Legislative District Chair and share your contact information.
  • Make sure you are aware of any specific rules for using the facility.
  • See the layout of the room. Plan how you will configure the room and where you will put everything:
    • Where will people enter the room?
    • Where will they check-in?
    • Where will Candidate Registration be?
    • Where will the main meeting be held?
  • Determine what resources you will need from the facility, and make those requests:
    • Tables
    • Chairs
    • White-boards
    • Audio/Visual needs
  • If you will using the internet, test the WiFi from multiple locations in the room.
  • Locate the bathrooms, drinking fountains, emergency exits and accessible entries.