A bigger crowd than expected came out to vote in the Kansas Democratic presidential caucuses in February 2008 in Shawnee. This year’s Democratic and Republican caucuses will be held Saturday across Kansas, and voters will be subject to different rules depending on which party’s caucuses they attend.
A bigger crowd than expected came out to vote in the Kansas Democratic presidential caucuses in February 2008 in Shawnee. This year’s Democratic and Republican caucuses will be held Saturday across Kansas, and voters will be subject to different rules depending on which party’s caucuses they attend. File photo The Kansas City Star
A bigger crowd than expected came out to vote in the Kansas Democratic presidential caucuses in February 2008 in Shawnee. This year’s Democratic and Republican caucuses will be held Saturday across Kansas, and voters will be subject to different rules depending on which party’s caucuses they attend. File photo The Kansas City Star

Rules vary between parties as Kansans prepare to caucus for president

February 29, 2016 04:16 PM

UPDATED March 03, 2016 10:42 AM

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