Kansas Caucuses for both Republican and Democratic parties will be held Saturday across the state.
In Salina registered Democrats can participate at Salina South High School from 1pm to 3pm while Republicans will gather at Salina Central High School from 10am to 2pm with 40 delegates up for grabs.
“The winner will get the most delegates,” said Clarke Sanders, the Chairman of the Saline County Republicans who joined in on the KSAL Morning News on Monday.
“But any candidate getting at least 10 percent will get some of the delegates.”
Sanders added that it is a vote made by a secret paper ballot and held in 92 caucus locations around Kansas.
Voters will need to have a photo ID to check in which begins at 8:30am, then a short program kicks off at 10am in the Central High Auditorium.