DES MOINES, Iowa – Iowa’s 2022 Caucuses will be held on Monday, February 7, and the Republican Party of Iowa and Iowa Democratic Party released the locations for precinct caucuses throughout the state.
Midterm precinct caucuses kick off the convention calendar for both parties that will entail county, district, and state conventions. They also determine county central committee representation, discuss platform planks, and send delegates to the county conventions.
Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Jeff Kaufmann encouraged Republicans to participate in this grassroots process.
“We are a bottom-up party and the Precinct Caucuses are a launchpad for our grassroots. They also reflect our grassroots democracy at its finest. I encourage anyone interested in making their voice heard in the Republican Party of Iowa to participate in this process,” he said in a released statement.
Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Ross Wilburn expressed his commitment for Iowa to keep its first in the nation status.
“I’m excited about our upcoming Iowa Democratic Caucuses and the opportunity it provides Democrats to get involved at the local level to make a positive impact on our state. The Iowa Caucuses have been and will always be a joint effort between our two parties. Iowa Democrats and Republicans don’t agree on much, but we do agree in keeping Iowa first in the nation. I look forward to continuing to work with Chair Jeff Kaufmann on ensuring the future success of the Iowa Caucuses,” he said.
You can find what precinct you are live in at the Iowa Secretary of State’s website.
Republicans can find their precinct caucus locations here.
Democrats can find their precinct caucus locations here.