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What are you doing Tuesday evening?

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Chances are, you're not familiar with the Texas primary-caucus system. It's internecine and requires degrees in Euclidean geometry and genetics to fully comprehend. A little ESP skill doesn't hurt, either, since the process involves a seance with Democratic ghosts of elections past (this year, For Whom the Chris Bell Tolls). Fortunately those smarty-pants lefties up the road at the Texas Observer have put together a handy guide to getting involved in the Democratic caucus. Note: You must vote in the March 4 Democratic primary to be eligible for the caucus, which means if you weren't one of the record early voters in Bexar County, you must get yourself to the polls Tuesday.


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