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Kansas Caucus Democratic Popular Vote

This page seeks to crowd-source the result of the popular vote. The form below allows anybody to input results from a precinct caucus; whether you were there, knew somebody who was or saw it on CSPAN, all data is valuable. We also encourage you to provide a citation or documentation, whether its just some short text about your experience or a tweet, to provide some level of verifiability. Multiple reports from the same precinct are encouraged.

The 2016 Kansas Democratic Caucus is to be held on Saturday, March 5th with registration between 1-3 PM CT with the caucus convening at 3 PM CT. The Kansas caucus is a closed caucus which means you must be registered as a Democrat to participate; you can change your registration status the same day you vote! You are eligible to vote if you are registered and will be 18 years of age on November 8th, 2016. The Kansas Delegate Selection Plan allocates 22 district delegates across 4 congressional districts. Precincts delegates selected at the caucus go directly to a district convention on April 2nd, to elect the 22 national delegates. An addition 11 pledged delegates are bound to the caucus's results; 7 at-large and 4 pledged PLEO delegates.

If you attend a caucus, document the result!

This page has two purposes: (1) To ensure that elections are transparent and accurate; (2) Create a baseline by which pollsters can be ranked given the multiple caucus variables which cannot be accounted for in polling. For more information about the different types of delegates and how they are allocated, refer to our listing of all democratic delegate selection plans.

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Voter Turnout Clinton (D) Sanders (D) O'Malley (D) Uncommitted Total
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Current Data35 of 49 Units Reported

RegionClinton (D)Sanders (D)Total
1st Congressional District
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34.91
33 delegates