Caucuses work differently from regular elections. In order to vote for Bernie Sanders in the Kansas Democratic Caucuses on March 5, 2016, you will need to find out where your local caucus is being held. First, you will need to know which state senate district you live in, which you can find out by following this link and entering your address. I live in Senate District 26.
Next, armed with your senate district number, you will visit the Kansas Democratic Party’s website, and scroll down the list of caucus sites until you see your senate district. Using this system, I can see that my caucus site will be at Apollo Elementary School, 16158 Apollo St., in Goddard.
In order to participate in the caucus, you must be a registered Democrat. You can register to vote or change party affiliation the day of the caucus, although I would recommend doing so now, if you have not already. You can register to vote, or change your party affiliation by following this link and completing the instructions.
On March 5, you will need to register for the caucus between 1-3 pm, and then line up by 3 pm in order to participate. Registered voters must also register for the caucus, so you will need to arrive prior to 3 pm in order to do so.