When, where to caucus in the Wichita area

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Here’s where to go if you want to participate in the presidential caucuses on Saturday


When: Registration begins at 1 p.m. Saturday. The actual caucus begins at 3 p.m.

Where: Democrats must go to the caucus site in their state Senate district. To determine what Senate district you live in, look on your voter registration card or go to myvoteinfo.voteks.org.

Here are area sites:

District 16: Andover Community Center, 1008 E. 13th St., Andover

District 25: SEIU Hall, 3340 W. Douglas, Wichita

District 26: Apollo Elementary School, 16158 Apollo St., Goddard

District 27: Maize South Elementary School, 3404 N. Maize Road, Wichita

District 28: Machinists Union Hall, 3830 S. Meridian, Wichita

District 29: Wichita State University CAC Theatre, 1845 N. Fairmount, Wichita

District 30: Coleman Middle School, 1544 N. Governeour, Wichita

More information: www.ksdp.org/caucus-2016

In a roundtable discussion, Wichita supporters of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both said they would vote for the eventual democratic nominee even if it wasn't their preferred candidate, stressing what they see as shared core values. (Video b


When: You can cast a ballot anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday.

Where: Sedgwick County voters will caucus at Century II in Wichita. Butler County Republicans will caucus at the 4-H Community building, 206 N. Griffith in El Dorado. Republicans can caucus at any of 102 sites across the state, although participants are urged to caucus in their home county if possible.

Wichita-area Republicans supporting various GOP front-runners discussed who they plan to vote for should their preferred candidate not get the nomination. (Video by Oliver Morrison, John Albert, Matt Riedl, Bo Rader, Brian Corn/The Wichita Eagle a

More information: www.ksgop.org/#!caucus/cl95