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Canyon County Democrats Presidential Caucus will host two locations:

NAMPA, ID 83651

111 N 11TH AVE

The only voters who can participate in the caucus are registered Democrats and Unaffiliated voters who sign a pledge that they are participating as Democrats and have not participated in any other party nominating contest for President. We will also allow anyone who is 17 and will be 18 by the general election date to participate. We will also allow people to register and change their party affiliation at the caucus location.

The Democratic Presidential Caucus will be held on Thursday, May 23. Canyon County will have two locations: 1. The County Administration Building, Caldwell, 2. West Middle School, Nampa. Polls will be open from 5 to 8 pm. and voters may vote at either location. It will be much like the voting we are used to. No need to hang out for the entire 3 hours.

An RSVP is encouraged but not required.

Click Here to RSVP.

Who We Are

Canyon County Democrats join with others across the state in working to see Idaho thrive.  We strive to create economic opportunities and good jobs, to make quality education accessible, and to protect the democratic process.  Our primary contribution is recruiting candidates who will work for voters and providing information about the political process here in Idaho. Canyon County Democrats support:

  • A Quality Education for Every Idaho Student.

  • An Economy that Works for All.

  • Equity, Justice, and Opportunity for All.

  • Quality and Accessible Health Care for Every Idahoan.

  • Strengthening Democracy, Fighting Extremism, and Ending Corruption.

  • Protecting Our Natural Resources.

Central Committee Meetings - Second Tuesday of each month

Canyon County Admin Bldg, 111 N. 11th Ave, Caldwell

7-8 pm


First Tuesday Socials

Ruszoni's Pizza, 313 Isaiah Way Suite 102, Caldwell

6-7 pm

Democrats speak out

Suicides rate high in Idaho 

Judy Ferro

A recent Idaho Statesman editorial reported that the “Ada County Coroner’s Office has recorded eight juvenile suicides since August.”  That’s a suicidal cluster, believed to occur when others contemplating suicide see what they interpret as a success. And estimates are that 20% of U.S. teens seriously consider suicide.  Idaho is part of a belt of eight western states with suicide rates among the highest in the United States.

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