Caucuses

Some articles on caucuses:

Afterschool Caucuses - Purpose
... The Caucuses were formed in response to the finding that 14.3 million children go home alone after the school day ends, including more than 40,000 kindergartners and almost four million middle ... The Caucuses act to promote the availability of afterschool programs, with a special emphasis on the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) program, for ... In each chamber, the Caucuses have conducted a variety of activities supporting the goal of quality, affordable programs for all children ...
Maine Republican Caucuses, 2008 - Process
... The delegates chosen at the caucuses are actually non-binding this means that they will not be bound to any specific candidate ... Like most Republican Party caucuses, there are two components to the Maine caucuses ... In 2008, although some caucuses were held on February 3, this was the day of Super Bowl XLII and county parties were discouraged from holding caucuses for fear of low turnout ...
Louisiana Republican Caucuses And Primary, 2008 - Caucuses - Results
... On February 1, 2008, state party chairman Roger F ... Villere, Jr ...
Congressional Caucus - Racial and Ethnic Caucuses
... Among the most visible caucuses are those composed of members sharing the same race or ethnic group ... There are two Hispanics caucuses The Congressional Hispanic Caucus, for Hispanic Democrats, and the Congressional Hispanic Conference, for Hispanic Republicans ...
Afterschool Caucuses - History
... The House and Senate Afterschool Caucuses were founded on March 3, 2005 ... members of Senate and House Afterschool Caucuses are Senators Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Susan Collins (R-ME) and Representative Dale Kildee (D-MI) ... Today, these Caucuses serve as a voice on the issue of strengthening and increasing the availability of afterschool programs ...