Reminder Caucus February 1, 2021

2022 Republican Precinct Caucuses

All precincts in Kanabec County are called to meet for Republican Caucus
Registration 6:30pm | Caucus 7pm
February 1, 2022 

The Grand Event Center 
2025 Rowland Rd, Mora, MN 55051

You will be seated with your township/precinct to discuss items of business:
Conduct a governor straw poll, elect precinct officers, elect 70 delegates and their alternates to the county convention, and consider resolutions and changes to the Party platform.

To be eligible to participate in this caucus an individual:

• Must currently live in the precinct.

• In addition, you must be eligible to vote and be age 18 or older at the time of the next general election, which is November 8, 2022.

• You must be in agreement with the principles of the Republican Party, and you must have either voted or affiliated with the Party in the last general election, or you must intend to vote or affiliate with the Party in the next general election.

• You must not have participated in or intend to participate in another Party’s precinct caucus this year.

Chairman: Gary Sobas, Convener: Seth Wellnitz, Coordinator: Katie Jacobs


Learn about

Statewide precinct caucuses will take place on February 1, 2022. Find your caucus location with the Caucus Finder.

Never been to a caucus? Not sure how it works?
Learn more about the process below!

We encourage Minnesotans to show support for their preferred candidates by participating in the candidate endorsement process that leads up to the state party conventions.

Going to a caucus is a great way to show support for a candidate, raise an issue that’s important to you, influence who the party will endorse for many offices, and meet people in your community.

Caucus basics


The 2022 precinct caucuses will be held on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.. They will take place at locations set by the parties. Find the location for your precinct using the Caucus Finder

In Kanabec County:


Precinct caucuses are meetings run by Minnesota’s political parties. They are the first in a series of meetings where parties may endorse candidates, select delegates, and set goals and values (called party platforms).


To participate, you must be eligible to vote in the next general election and live in the precinct. You also must generally agree with the principles of the political party hosting the caucus.


Each political party runs their caucus meetings a little differently. Check with your political party if you have specific questions. Generally, there are three main activities at a caucus:

  1. Choose volunteers who will organize political activities in the precinct. This could include maintaining contact lists, holding political meetings, and helping with campaign efforts.
  2. Discuss issues and ideas for the party to support. You can present an issue or idea for the party to support, called a resolution. If you convince other attendees to support your resolution, it will be taken to the next political convention. Eventually, your resolution could become part of the official party platform.
  3. Choose delegates who will endorse candidates at future conventions. At future conventions, party delegates will endorse state and federal candidates, including for Governor. Political parties have different ways of choosing delegates at the precinct level caucus—contact your party for more information.

Click here for additional information about Precinct Caucuses.