THAT'S RIGHT! IF YOU LIVE IN TEXAS OR OHIO
YOU GET TO VOTE TWICE ON MARCH 4!
If you are from either state, please read the information below and follow the links provided to find out what you need to do.
The Texas primary is a two-step process. After voting in the primary during the day, you also have the opportunity to attend the caucus that evening after the polls close.
Anyone who votes in the Republican primary election (either in early voting, voting by mail, or
at the polls on election day) is eligible to attend his or her precinct convention. The time and location of your precinct convention will be posted at each poll during primary election day.
When you vote in the primary you will be given a precinct card. YOU MUST HAVE THIS CARD TO GET INTO THE CAUCUS.
The Texas GOP Website has more information about this caucus. Please read this information to find out why it is important for you to attend the caucus.
The Ohio GOP ballot has two sections for the presidential race. In the first section you will vote for which candidate (Huckabee, of course!) you want to receive the 34 at-large delegates. In the second section you will vote for which candidate (again, Huckabee) you want to receive the delegates from your district.
Here is a sample Ohio ballot. Remember that the ballots will vary by district, so yours may not be just like this one.
For additional instruction, here is a video you can watch that will explain the voting machine you will be using. Just click on your county on the map and you will be given the instruction for your county.
GO VOTE ON MARCH 4TH, and VOTE TWICE!