The Massachusetts GOP delegate caucuses are scheduled for Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 10AM!
More probably than at any convention so far this century, the 2016 Republican Convention (July 18-21 in Cleveland, OH) could be a "brokered" convention. If no candidate wins a majority of delegates, the delegates are free to vote for whomever they want until a winner is chosen.
You could vote for or even be one of those Massachusetts delegates at the convention - and help shape the future of the party - by attending your local caucus. What is a caucus and where can you find yours? Read on.
We're still waiting on the rules and exact details from the state party, but you can start planning ahead! Each congressional district has its own location, listed below. (subject to change)
District 1: Elks Lodge 2448, Ludlow
District 2: Middle School, Shrewsbury
District 3: Middle School, Littleton
District 4: Middle School, North Attleboro
District 5: Elks 1425, Natick
District 6: Elks 1276, Wakefield
District 7: Community Middle School, Randolph
District 8: Town Hall, Braintree
District 9: American Legion Post 40, Plymouth
How do delegates work? The Washington Post wrote a great article about it last week, which you can find here.
Stay tuned for updates!