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Minnesota caucuses

Minnesota's three major political parties, the Democratic-Farmer-Labor, Independence and Republican parties, will hold their precinct caucuses at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Independence Party also will hold "virtual precinct caucuses" online at www.mnip...

Minnesota's three major political parties, the Democratic-Farmer-Labor, Independence and Republican parties, will hold their precinct caucuses at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Independence Party also will hold "virtual precinct caucuses" online at www.mnip.org Tuesday. All caucuses are open to the public.

Parties are required to notify county auditors' offices in advance of where their precinct caucuses will be held. You can call your county auditor or one of the major political parties for precinct caucus location information. Registration times for meetings may vary from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Here is a county-by-county rundown of caucus locations in northwestern Minnesota for the three major parties, according to the Minnesota Secretary of State's office.

DFL

-- Polk: Highland Elementary in Crookston; Win-E-Mac School in Erskine; Fertile High School; Fosston Civic Center; Climax School; East Grand Forks Senior High.

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-- Marshall: Newfolden Community Center.

-- Kittson: Kittson County Courthouse in Hallock.

-- Roseau: Warroad High School library; Roseau High School library; Badger Community Center.

-- Lake of the Woods: Brink Center in Baudette (county convention will follow caucus.)

-- Red Lake: J.A. Hughes Elementary in Red Lake Falls (county convention will follow caucus.)

-- Pennington: Heritage Community Center in Thief River Falls.

-- Clearwater: Bagley High School.

-- Mahnomen: Waubun Community Center and Mahnomen Elementary school cafeteria.

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-- Norman: Ada-Borup High School commons area in Ada.

GOP

-- Polk: Fisher School and Erskine Community Center.

-- Marshall: Warren Community Center.

-- Kittson: Karlstad Community Center.

-- Roseau: Greenbush Community Center; North Country Inn in Roseau; Warroad High School mini theater.

-- Lake of the Woods: Lake of the Woods Secondary in Baudette.

-- Red Lake: Red Lake County Central High School library in Oklee.

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-- Pennington: Franklin Middle School media center in Thief River Falls.

-- Clearwater: Gonvick Community Center and Bagley City Hall.

-- Mahnomen: Mahnomen School (south end of building.)

-- Norman: Halstad Telephone Company in Halstad; Ada Law Enforcement Center; Twin Valley Municipal Center.

Independence

-- Pennington: AmericInn in Thief River Falls.

-- Beltrami: Northwest Technical College Room 302 in Bemidji.

-- Becker: Minnesota State Community & Technical College in Detroit Lakes.

Compiled by David Dodds

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