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Minnesota caucuses lose big magnet, but key business remains

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- Minnesota's precinct caucuses are likely to be less raucous this year -- and less crowded than in the past.

That's because the state has shifted its presidential preference process away from caucuses and into a primary election that's part of Super Tuesday next month.

But Democrats and Republicans say important business will still happen at the neighborhood meetups Tuesday evening.

Participants can help shape platforms and elect delegates to future conventions that will endorse candidates in the U.S. Senate, congressional and legislative races.

Voters can find the locations for their caucuses via the secretary of state's website at

Associated Press

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