Update 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March 3: Patch has finished live blogging from caucus sites around the area, and will be bringing you local stories on sites around the area, including here on Sammamish Patch, as well as King County and statewide results as they become available. If you missed the live blog but want to see what Patch reporters saw, click on the "replay" button on the blog above.
On Saturday, Republicans across the state will gather for precinct caucuses, where they'll vote in a straw poll and elect local delegates, starting the process to choose a presidential nominee.
Patch editors in 14 towns around Puget Sound will be covering the action live, starting when registration opens at 9 a.m. and continuing through the end of the caucuses at around noon.
Join us right here to follow the coverage on our live blog. We'll also provide straw poll results as they become available Saturday night.
If you want to go to a caucus, you can find your caucus location here. Sammamish caucuses will be held at locations around Sammamish, including ata , where Patch reporter Jeanne Gustafson will be covering the event live.
There is no presidential primary this year in Washington state. For details on how caucuses work, see this FAQ.
See you Saturday.