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Denver Democrats Announce March 7 Caucus Locations

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DENVER, Colo. (Feb. 14, 2024)The Democratic Party of Denver has finalized the locations for its 2024 caucus, happening March 7. Below is a list of locations and addresses for each Denver House District. Every location will open at 6:30 p.m., with caucus activities ending at 9 p.m. Interested participants can sign up here. To learn more about caucus, visit our information page at

House District 1

Lincoln High School, 2285 S Federal Blvd., Denver, CO, 80219

House District 2

South High School, 1700 E Louisiana Ave., Denver, CO, 80210

House District 3

Southmoor Elementary, 3755 S Magnolia Way, Denver, CO, 80237

House District 4

Denver Montessori Junior/Senior High School (formerly Smedley Elementary), 

4250 Shoshone St., Denver, CO 80211

House District 5

Valdez Elementary School, 2525 W 29th Ave., Denver, CO, 80211

House District 6 (Precincts 601-618)

Morey Middle School, 840 E 14th Ave., Denver, CO, 80218

House District 6 (Precincts 619-634)

Lowry Elementary School, 8001 E Cedar Ave., Denver, CO, 80230

House District 6 (Precincts 635-638)

Windsor Gardens, 595 S Clinton St., Denver, CO, 80247

House District 7

Montbello High School, 5000 Crown Blvd., Denver, CO, 80239

House District 8

East High School, 1600 City Park Esplanade, Denver, CO, 80206

House District 9

Merrill Middle School, 1551 S Monroe St., Denver, CO, 80210

"In this pivotal year, the role of caucus goes beyond tradition—it's a call to action for every resident who believes in the power of their vote and the strength of their voice," said James Reyes, Chair of the Democratic Party of Denver. "Our caucus process is the grassroots foundation of our democratic principles, allowing participants to directly impact the selection of candidates, the formation of our platform and the leadership that will guide us forward. It's a unique opportunity for the Denver community to engage deeply with the political process, ensuring that our party reflects the diverse values and priorities of our community, and I encourage every eligible individual to participate to help shape a future that aligns with our shared vision for progress and justice."

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The Democratic Party of Denver (DPOD) is a volunteer-run organization that seeks to inspire, educate, activate and recruit citizens of Denver to elect Democratic candidates who support our core Democratic values and principles. You can learn more about us and our important work at or by calling 303-830-8242.



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