This is a historic moment. 2020 is the first election in which MULTIPLE pro-choice women competitively vie for President of the United States! Minnesota’s Primary Election Day is Tuesday, March 3rd and there are concrete steps you can take right now to support pro-choice running up and down the ballot! 


January 17 – March 2
Early Voting In the Presidential Primary Election

✓ Make sure you’re registered to vote!
✓ Be an early voter for a pro-choice woman President! 

Iowa may report the first results, but Minnesotans are the first to cast ballots in the 2020 Presidential Election — this means YOU can be one of the FIRST in the nation to vote for the FIRST woman President!

February 25, 7:00 PM
Precinct Caucuses

Before we get to elect women in November, we must first ensure they are on the ballot — this happens at precinct caucuses on Tuesday, February 25th! At your caucus, you can support Senator Tina Smith and all of the pro-choice women running in your district!

Step 1: Click here to find your precinct caucus location. 

Step 2: Attend your precinct caucus on Tuesday, February 25th. Registration begins at 6:30 PM and caucuses convene at 7:00 PM. 

Step 3: Support Senator Tina Smith and other pro-choice women running for office in your district. Click here to see a current list of Women Winning’s endorsed candidates. 

Ways to support pro-choice women at precinct caucuses may include: 

  • Engage with your neighbors and tell them why you’re supporting pro-choice women up and down the ballot!

  • Candidates and campaign representatives will likely visit your precinct caucus to make brief speeches and seek support. Follow guidance from pro-choice women candidates and their campaign representatives about the best ways to support them! 

  • Become a delegate to support pro-choice women at upcoming party endorsing conventions. Or vote for someone who wants to become a delegate for pro-choice women.

To become a delegate for pro-choice women at the state and national convention, attend your precinct caucus on Tuesday, February 25th! At a later date (convention), delegates vote to determine which candidates get the political party endorsement. For many candidates, being endorsed by their political party is an important milestone to winning their election.

March 3
Primary Election Day

✓ Find your polling location and make a plan to vote!
✓ Vote for a pro-choice woman for President! 

Any voter registered in Minnesota can vote in the Presidential Primary on March 3rd! Results will determine how Minnesota’s delegates vote at the national party convention in July. 

Women are on the frontlines of protecting our democracy. As candidates, volunteers, caucus-goers, delegates, and voters, we will determine our country’s future. Together, we will ELECT the government we deserve.

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