Color me completely ignorant.
A caucus in Washington state?
In 2008 we voted in the GOP primary by mail-in ballot.
I’ve actually been wondering when I would get mine.
I went to the caucus in WA State in 2008. Caucus locations open at 10 a.m. info here: http://wsrpcaucus.tumblr.com/
Info also available at the WA State Republican Party website: http://www.wsrp.org/
Additional info on the primary & Caucus (from the FAQs on the caucus website I included in the post above):
What is the difference between a caucus and a primary? Why arent we having a primary this year?
A primary election is when people get to vote, in our state via absentee ballots, to select who their nominee will be. In Washington State we have used both a primary and a caucus in the past to allocate our delegates to the national convention. This year, the Secretary of State and the State Legislature decided to cancel the primary due to budgetary considerations. Instead of simply filling out a ballot as in a primary, in a caucus, members of local communities meet and elect delegates to the County Convention, at the county convention those delegates will select delegates to the State Convention who will select our States 40 delegates to the national convention.