In a historic first, Iowans can vote by tele-caucus if registered by 6 January.
Any active military, student, or Iowan living abroad is eligable, but you have to register. Please forward to all your friends and share!
From the Iowa Democratic Party’s Tele-Caucus site:
As part of the IDP’s continuing effort to expand participation in the Iowa Democratic Precinct Caucuses, for the first time ever the party will hold a Tele-Caucus for military members serving out-of-state and Iowans living abroad. The Tele-Caucus will take place at the same day and time, February 1 at 7 p.m. CST, as the precinct caucuses.
The Tele-Caucus is available to Iowans who are registered to vote and covered under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) and any active duty member of the military who is outside the borders of Iowa on the day and time of the Iowa Caucuses. This would include:
- Members of the military stationed outside Iowa
- Military family members living abroad
- Members of the Peace Corps
- Diplomatic Corps
- Students and other Iowans living abroad
If you qualify for one of the above categories, you can register for the Tele-Caucus here.
The deadline to register is January 6, 2016.
Please forward to your friends and family!