If you’re a Kansas Republican and plan to caucus on March 5, here’s what you need to know. First you have to have been a registered Republican as of Feb. 4 to participate in the Republican caucus. The caucus will operate much more like a primary: Voters arrive, mark a secret paper ballot and leave. After the caucus, GOP leaders assign delegates based on the results, using a proportional-representation formula. Make sure to bring a photo ID. Other than that, it’s pretty cut and dry and  you can cast your vote at any caucus location between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Here are a few locations:

Sedgwick County: Century II Convention Hall

Hutchinson: Atrium Hotel, 1400 N. Lorraine

Manhattan High School

Salina Central High School

Junction City: Geary County Fairgrounds 4-H/Senior Citizens Center

Topeka: Ramada Inn, 420 SE 6th Ave

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