Finding your precinct & other info

To find your precinct go to: Find my registration.  Fill in the fields, hit search, your precinct number will be listed on the next page under District Information.  For your convenience, you can find your caucus location on the list below by using the last three digits of your precinct number.

  • Caucuses begin promptly at 7:00 pm on March 1st, please try to arrive by 6:30pm.   Anyone in line by 7:00 will be able to participate in the preference poll. Late arrivals may participate in any business that has not been completed.
  • Registered Democrats who were affiliated by January 4, 2016 and whose addresses were correct, (or in the case of a move), updated by February 1, 2016 are eligible to vote in the caucuses.
  • Democrats who don’t meet the above criteria set by the Colorado Secretary of State are welcome to attend and observe but may not vote.
  • You may call our office @970-351-7047 or the Weld County Clerk Election Office @ 970-304-6525 for more information.
  • If this is your first time caucusing and you’d like to learn more about the caucus process go to http://www.coloradodems.org/action/caucus-2016

2016 Weld Caucus sites

Weld Caucus sites

 

Precinct

Prec Abbr

2016 Site

Caucus Address

4014862118

118

Eaton H.S. Cafeteria 114 Park Ave – Eaton

4014862119

119

Eaton H.S. Cafeteria 114 Park Ave – Eaton

4014862126

126

Nunn Town Hall, Board Rm 185 Lincoln Ave – Nunn

4014862127

127

Nunn Town Hall, Board Rm 185 Lincoln Ave – Nunn

4014862128

128

Eaton H.S. Cafeteria 114 Park Ave – Eaton

4014862134

134

Eaton H.S. Cafeteria 114 Park Ave – Eaton

4014862316

316

South Valley M.S. Cafeteria 1004 Main St – Platteville

4016362100

100

Nunn Town Hall, Board Rm 185 Lincoln Ave – Nunn

4016362101

101

Pawnee H.S. Library 19 Chatoga Ave – Grover

4016362102

102

Prairie High School 42315 CR 133 – New Raymer

4016362103

103

Sievers Home 44750 County Road 89 – Briggsdale

4016362104

104

Eaton H.S. Cafeteria 114 Park Ave – Eaton

4016362308

308

Platte Valley H.S. Presentation Rm 901 Campbell St – Kersey

4016362310

310

Weld Central M.S. Commons CR 59 & Hwy 52 – Keenesburg

4016362311

311

Weld Central M.S. Commons CR 59 & Hwy 52 – Keenesburg

4016362312

312

Weld Central M.S. Commons CR 59 & Hwy 52 – Keenesburg

4016362314

314

Lochbuie Elem. Cafeteria 201 Bonanza Blvd – Lochbuie

4016362320

320

Platte Valley HS Presentation Rm 901 Campbell St – Kersey

4016362327

327

Lochbuie Elem. Cafeteria 201 Bonanza Blvd – Lochbuie

4134862120

120

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4134862124

124

Winograd Elem. Cafeteria 320 N 71st Ave – Greeley

4134862125

125

Winograd Elem. Cafeteria 320 N 71st Ave – Greeley

4134862135

135

Winograd Elem. Cafeteria 320 N 71st Ave – Greeley

4134862136

136

Winograd Elem. Cafeteria 320 N 71st Ave – Greeley

4134862146

146

Salida del Sol Academy 111 E 26th St – Greeley

4134862212

212

Greeley West H.S. Commons 2401 35th Ave – Greeley

4134862213

213

Prairie Heights M.S. Gym 3737 65th Ave – Evans

4134862214

214

Greeley West H.S. Commons 2401 35th Ave – Greeley

4134862215

215

Greeley West H.S. Commons 2401 35th Ave – Greeley

4134862217

217

Greeley West H.S. Commons 2401 35th Ave – Greeley

4134862221

221

Greeley West H.S. Commons 2401 35th Ave – Greeley

4134862222

222

Greeley West H.S. Commons 2401 35th Ave – Greeley

4134862223

223

Greeley West H.S. Commons 2401 35th Ave – Greeley

4134862224

224

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4134862225

225

Winograd Elem. Cafeteria 320 N 71st Ave – Greeley

4134862226

226

Prairie Heights M.S. Gym 3737 65th Ave – Evans

4134862228

228

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4134862235

235

Prairie Heights M.S. Gym 3737 65th Ave – Evans

4134862238

238

Prairie Heights M.S. Gym 3737 65th Ave – Evans

4134862241

241

Winograd Elem. Cafeteria 320 N 71st Ave – Greeley

4134862243

243

Winograd Elem. Cafeteria 320 N 71st Ave – Greeley

4134862246

246

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4134862309

309

South Valley M.S. Cafeteria 1004 Main St – Platteville

4134862326

326

South Valley M.S. Cafeteria 1004 Main St – Platteville

4134862331

331

South Valley M.S. Cafeteria 1004 Main St – Platteville

4134862333

333

Salida del Sol Academy 111 E 26th St – Greeley

4134862338

338

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4134962145

145

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4135062105

105

Billie Martinez Elem.  Cafeteria 341 14th Ave – Greeley

4135062106

106

Billie Martinez Elem. Cafeteria 341 14th Ave – Greeley

4135062107

107

Billie Martinez Elem. Cafeteria 341 14th Ave – Greeley

4135062108

108

Billie Martinez Elem. Cafeteria 341 14th Ave – Greeley

4135062109

109

Cameron School 1424 13th Ave – Greeley

4135062110

110

Billie Martinez Elem. Cafeteria 341 14th Ave – Greeley

4135062111

111

Cameron School 1424 13th Ave – Greeley

4135062112

112

Cameron School 1424 13th Ave – Greeley

4135062113

113

UNC Michener Libr, Lindou Audit. 14th Ave & 20th St – Greeley

4135062114

114

Cameron School 1424 13th Ave – Greeley

4135062132

132

Cameron School 1424 13th Ave – Greeley

4135062137

137

Salida del Sol Academy 111 E 26th St – Greeley

4135062141

141

Salida del Sol Academy 111 E 26th St – Greeley

4135062211

211

Cameron School 1424 13th Ave – Greeley

4135062220

220

Cameron School 1424 13th Ave – Greeley

4135062236

236

Prairie Heights M.S. Gym 3737 65th Ave – Evans

4135062249

249

Prairie Heights M.S. Gym 3737 65th Ave – Evans

4135062317

317

UNC Michener Libr, Lindou Audit. 14th Ave & 20th St – Greeley

4135062318

318

UNC Michener Libr, Lindou Audit. 14th Ave & 20th St – Greeley

4135062319

319

UNC Michener Libr, Lindou Audit. 14th Ave & 20th St – Greeley

4135062321

321

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4135062322

322

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4135062323

323

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4135062324

324

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4135062325

325

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4135062329

329

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4135062330

330

Dos Rios Elem. Gym 2201 34th St – Evans

4136362202

202

South Valley M.S. Cafeteria 1004 Main St – Platteville

4136362300

300

Ft. Lupton Community Ctr, Rm 5 203 S. Harrison Ave  – Ft. Lupton

4136362301

301

Ft. Lupton Community Ctr, Rm 5 203 S. Harrison Ave  – Ft. Lupton

4136362302

302

Ft. Lupton Community Ctr, Rm 5 203 S. Harrison Ave  – Ft. Lupton

4136362303

303

Ft. Lupton Community Ctr, Rm 5 203 S. Harrison Ave  – Ft. Lupton

4136362304

304

Ft. Lupton Community Ctr, Rm 5 203 S. Harrison Ave  – Ft. Lupton

4136362313

313

Lochbuie Elem. Cafeteria 201 Bonanza Blvd – Lochbuie

4234862117

117

Windsor M.S. Cafeteria 900 Main St – Windsor

4234862131

131

Windsor M.S. Cafeteria 900 Main St – Windsor

4234862138

138

Windsor M.S. Cafeteria 900 Main St – Windsor

4234862227

227

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4234862230

230

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4234862232

232

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4234862244

244

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4234862245

245

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4234962115

115

Windsor M.S. Cafeteria 900 Main St – Windsor

4234962116

116

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4234962121

121

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4234962122

122

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4234962123

123

Windsor M.S. Cafeteria 900 Main St – Windsor

4234962129

129

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4234962130

130

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4234962133

133

Windsor M.S. Cafeteria 900 Main St – Windsor

4234962139

139

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4234962140

140

Windsor H.S. Cafeteria 1100 Main St – Windsor

4234962143

143

Windsor M.S. Cafeteria 900 Main St – Windsor

4234962229

229

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4234962231

231

Roosevelt H.S. Gym 616 North Second St – Johnstown

4236362200

200

Mead H.S. Cafeteria 12750 County Rd 7 – Longmont

4236362203

203

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

4236362204

204

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362205

205

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

4236362206

206

Mead H.S. Cafeteria 12750 County Rd 7 – Longmont

4236362207

207

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362208

208

Mead H.S. Cafeteria 12750 County Rd 7 – Longmont

4236362209

209

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362210

210

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362218

218

Mead H.S. Cafeteria 12750 County Rd 7 – Longmont

4236362219

219

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362233

233

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362237

237

Mead H.S. Cafeteria 12750 County Rd 7 – Longmont

4236362239

239

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

4236362240

240

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362242

242

Frederick H.S. Cafeteria 5690 Tipple Pkwy – Frederick

4236362305

305

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

4236362306

306

Erie H.S. Cafeteria 3180 County Road 5 – Erie

4236362307

307

Erie H.S. Cafeteria 3180 County Road 5 – Erie

4236362315

315

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

4236362328

328

Erie H.S. Cafeteria 3180 County Road 5 – Erie

4236362332

332

Erie H.S. Cafeteria 3180 County Road 5 – Erie

4236362334

334

Erie H.S. Cafeteria 3180 County Road 5 – Erie

4236362335

335

Erie H.S. Cafeteria 3180 County Road 5 – Erie

4236362336

336

Erie H.S. Cafeteria 3180 County Road 5 – Erie

4236362337

337

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

4236362339

339

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

4236362340

340

Thunder Valley School Cafeteria 600 5th St – Frederick

MARCH 1st Caucuses 7pm

The finalized list of caucus sites will be available soon.

As soon as the list is finalized we will publish it.

Thank you, we appreciate your patience.

 

WCDP Central Committee Official Call

OFFICIAL CALL

WELD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY

CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING AND CAUCUS TRAINING

Saturday, February 6, 2016 9:00 AM

UNC, UNIVERSITY CENTER, SPRUCE ROOMS

10th Avenue and 20th Street, Greeley CO.

8-9 am- Registration

9-10 am Central Committee Meeting

10-11:30 am Precinct Caucus Training

Precinct caucus training is open to any interested Democrat. PCPs are encouraged to bring individuals interested in learning more about the caucus process

Agenda Items will include:

  • Set date and location of county convention/assembly and other district assemblies
  • Adopt caucus delegate allocation formula- Proposed formula: #of Democrats in precinct/#Democrats in county x 500= delegates per precinct (minimum of 2 delegates per precinct)
  • Determine method of alternate seating at convention/assembly
  • Review precinct caucus and county assembly arrangements
  • Adopt Affirmative Outreach Plan
  • Fill any vacancies in district officer or state or CD central committee positions

Candidate representatives or other dignitaries may join us during the meeting

PROXIES. If you are a voting member of a central committee and cannot attend the Feb. 6th Central Committee Meeting please sign and return your proxy to Democratic Headquarters, 810 9th Street Suite 150, Greeley, CO. 80631 to arrive by February 5th. (Official Calls have been sent to voting members via mail and email, proxies are enclosed in the mailed notices and a link to print your proxy is included in the emailed Official Calls, please contact the office@970-351-7047 if you need further assistance)

 

Who are the voting members of central committees?

Weld County Central Committee: the Weld precinct committee persons (PCPs) elected at the 2014 precinct caucuses or appointed since that time, the elected county officers and Democratic elected officials residing in Weld County (Dave Young).  You need not be a voting member of the central committee to attend the Feb. 6th meeting or caucus training.

Please call Weld Democratic Headquarters, 970-351-7047, or email Headquarters info@weldcountydems.org if you need further information or to confirm whether you will attend the central committee meetings.

 

EVENT CALENDAR:

  1. Feb. 5 -Democrats in Action Lunch- Golden Corral, Evans
  2. Feb. 6- Weld Central Committee Meeting- Greeley
  3. Feb. 13- State Party Dinner- Denver
  4. March 1- 7:00 pm- precinct caucuses
  5. March 19- Weld Democratic Convention/Assemblies- Northridge High School- Greeley
  6. April 9- Weld Annual Roosevelt Dinner
  7. April 15- Congressional District 4 Assembly- The Ranch- Loveland
  8. April 16- State Assembly- The Ranch-Loveland

2016 Century Club

The Weld County Democratic Party

2016 Century Club

Membership Cocktail Party

5:30-7:30 pm

January, 16, 2016

924 8th Avenue, Greeley

Art Werx Studio Gallery

We welcome our guest speaker

Colorado House Majority Leader

Crisanta Duran

$100- Individual

$175- Couple

Please make your paid reservations by January 13, 2016

You may make your paid reservation by going to:

https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/cclub2016

Or by mailing a check to:

Weld County Democratic Party

810 9th Street Suite 150

Greeley, CO, 80631

For more information call the office @970-351-7047

Caucuses 2016

Dear Folks,

As we finalize our plans for the 2016 caucuses this post will be updated. In the meantime, for those of you seeking information regarding caucus procedures and deadlines go to:

http://www.coloradodems.org

and click on the “Caucus Tuesday, March 1, 2016” screen at the top of the page.

 

 

2016 Halloween Party

Come join us for an eerily good time on:

Friday, October 30th, 2016

From: 5:30-8:00pm

At: The Nelson Farm (call 351-7047 for directions)

$5 donation-costume/ $8 donation-no costume

BYOB and potluck appetizers to share

We’ll provide warm non-alcoholic beverages

 

South Weld Dems-Update

The October 15th South Weld Dems meeting will be at Mulligan Joe’s Sports Tavern and Grill, 815 7th Street, Ft. Lupton @6:30pm.  The speaker will be from the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District.

The Affordable Care Act

 
 
 
The Facts:

The Affordable Care Act (OBAMACARE)

 is working in Colorado!

Nearly every person in Colorado has benefited

from the Affordable Care Act.

 125,402 individuals selected a Marketplace plan under the Colorado Health Care Exchange

Of the 125,402 Coloradans who selected a plan:

  • 52% are female and 48% are male;
  • 38% are under age 35;
  • 26% are between the ages of 18 and 34;
  • 46% selected a Silver plan, while 40% selected a Bronze plan; and,
  • 60% selected a plan with financial assistance.

Colorado has received $178,931,023 in grants for research, planning, information technology development, and implementation of its Marketplace.

Colorado Medicaid Expansion   –  314,436 Coloradans have gained Medicaid or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage since the beginning of the Health Insurance Marketplace’s first open enrollment period in October, 2013.

Mental Health  –    1,115,058 Coloradans gained access to mental health coverage.

New coverage options for young adults –  50,000 young adults under 26 years old in Colorado gained health care coverage under their family health care plan.

Ending discrimination for pre-existing conditions   2,250,003 non-elderly Coloradans have some type of pre-existing health condition, including 291,351 children.

Providing better value for your premium dollar through the 80/20 Rule   – Health insurance companies now have to spend at least 80 cents of your premium dollar on health care or improvements to care, rather than administrative costs like salaries or marketing, or they have to provide you a refund.  This means that 52,277 Coloradans with private insurance coverage benefited from $2,721,701 in refunds from insurance companies, for an average refund of $93 per family because of the Affordable Care Act.

Scrutinizing unreasonable premium increases  –   Colorado has received $8,580,311 under the new law to help fight unreasonable premium increases. Since implementing the law, the fraction of requests for insurance premium increases of 10 percent or more has dropped dramatically, from 75 percent to 14 percent nationally.  To date, the rate review program has helped save Americans an estimated $1 billion.

Removing lifetime limits on health benefits  –  1,902,000 people in Colorado, including 696,000 women and 521,000 children, are free from worrying about lifetime limits on coverage.

Better Health Covering preventive services with no deductible or co-pay   520,000 individuals in Colorado receive expanded preventive services without cost-sharing.

Increasing support for community health centers  -THealth Center grantees in Colorado have received $174,696,911 under the health care law to offer a broader array of primary care services, extend their hours of operations, hire more providers, and renovate or build new clinical spaces.

Of the $174,696,911 awarded to Colorado, $3,502,201 was awarded to Colorado health centers to help enroll uninsured Americans in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

In Colorado, 17 health centers operate 189 sites, providing preventive and primary health care services to 498,828 Coloradans, including 253,272 Latinos and 38,792 African Americans.

Investing in the primary care workforce  As of September 30, 2013, there were 199 Corps clinicians providing primary care services in Colorado, compared to 91 in 2008.

Preventing illness and promoting health

Through Fiscal Year 2013, Colorado has received $28,365,728 in grants from the Prevention and Public Health Fund created by the health care law.

A Stronger Medicare Program 

Making prescription drugs affordable for seniors 

In Colorado, people with Medicare have saved nearly $117,704,258 on prescription drugs because of the Affordable Care Act.  In 2013 alone, 43,232 individuals in Colorado saved over $36,535,317, or an average of $845 per beneficiary.  In 2014, people with Medicare in the “donut hole” received a 53 percent discount on covered brand name drugs and a 28 percent discount on generic drugs.

Covering preventive services with no deductible or co-pay

  In Colorado, 463,456 individuals with Medicare used one or more free preventive service in 2013.

Protecting Medicare’s solvency

The Medicare Trustees projected that the trust fund that finances Medicare’s hospital insurance coverage will remain solvent until 2030, four years beyond what was projected in last year’s report. Just a few years ago, the Medicare Trust Fund was projected to run out of money by 2017.

The health care law helps stop fraud with tougher screening procedures, stronger penalties, and new technology. Over the last five years, the administration’s fraud enforcement efforts have recovered $19.2 billion from fraudsters. For every dollar spent on health care-related fraud and abuse activities in the last three years the administration has returned $8.10.

 

There’s a lot to be proud of…

The Economy then and now

Click HERE to see 5 Reasons We’re Proud to Stand with President Obama