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Feb 6, 2012 6:52 PM by Ophelia Young, Sharon Knight

Colo. caucus precincts have changed

If you plan to attend a Republican caucus on Tuesday, make sure you are heading to the right place. A precinct change took place just a few weeks ago, and that will have every voter voting somewhere new, this year.

There is a quick and easy way to determine where your new precinct's polling location is. Just CLICK HERE.

Adding to the chaos surrounding this caucus is the fact that tomorrow will be the most attended caucus in El Paso County history, with 15,000 voters expected. That may be because voters know, this early in the election process, their vote will make a national difference.

"We say the road to the White House is going to come through El Paso County because then in the general election we're going to be a swing state," says Eli Bremer, chairman of the El Paso County GOP. "But most of the time in the primary the candidates simply fly over Colorado on the way to other states, but for the first time we're going to have a really big say in who the nominee is."

 

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