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Iowa Caucuses are Coming to (Pretty Much Every Public Space in) Town

The 2020 first-in-the-nation Iowa Caucuses are scheduled for Feb. 3, and the turnout is expected to be high. The nature of the caucuses will impact both the availability of public buildings and parking at each location.

Buildings in North Liberty hosting precinct caucuses are: both gyms as well as conference center rooms at the North Liberty Community Center (520 W. Cherry St.), North Liberty Council Chambers (1 Quail Creek Center), and most school buildings in North Liberty: Liberty High School (1400 Dubuque St. NE), North Central Junior High (180 W. Forevergreen Road), Buford Garner Elementary (80 Birch St.), Penn Elementary (230 N. Dubuque St.), Van Allen Elementary (170 Abigail Road) and North Bend Elementary (2230 Saint Andrews Drive).

Unlike primary, special or regular elections, which are organized by the county auditor, the Iowa Caucuses are organized jointly by the state’s two full-status political parties, and each of which has slightly different procedures. You can find out more about the caucuses at the websites for the Iowa Democratic Party or the Republican Party of Iowa.

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