Stopped by county headquarters to pick up some filled out proxy forms for my site, and a fellow came in to ask some questions about caucuses. Mostly had to do with how long it would take (you can sign in and leave, takes about 20 minutes at least) and how late he can show up (don't show up later than 1:30 or you're toast).
This is all information that was available online in a dozen or so locations, but he decided to stop by the county party headquarters to find out. Just reminds me that people like to get information in a myriad of ways.
I've been home for two hours sweeping and mopping, and I've gotten two robo calls. This is added to the three I got earlier this week.
I was talking to one of my work mates all week about the caucus. We talked about where he should go, what he should expect and how to get the most out of the process. Late yesterday as I was leaving he tells me that it turns out he can't go, his roof is leaking and he needs to take care of it.
Leaks happen. Democrats should realize that.
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