King County Republican Party announces pooled precinct caucuses

  • Monday, January 27, 2020 6:19pm
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The King County Republican Party presents pooled caucuses at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 29 at various locations throughout the county.

Attendees are asked to arrive at 9 a.m. to ensure a smooth registration process and accurate caucus.

To find the location of your precinct’s caucus, visit wsrp.org/caucus or see below:

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1st Legislative District Precinct Caucus: Northshore Middle School, cafeteria

5th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Multiple Locations

11th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Hazen High School

30th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Lakota Middle School, Federal Way

31st Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Thunder Mountain School, Enumclaw

32nd Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Kellogg Middle School

33rd Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Mount Rainier High School, cafeteria

34th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Evergreen High School

36th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Magnolia United Church of Christ

37th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Lakewood Community Center

41st Legislative District Precinct Caucus, multiple locations

43rd Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Lincoln High School, gymnasium

45th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, multiple locations

46th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Concordia Lutheran School, gymnasium

47th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, Kentlake High School

48th Legislative District Precinct Caucus, multiple locations


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