KENNEWICK, Wash.- Saturday marks the biggest day so far for Washington's impact on the 2008 Presidential race it's not as complicated as many people think.
Really, all you have to do is log onto either the Republican or Democratic sites for the state of Washington (www.wagop.org or www.wa-democrats.org) and and click, find your caucus location.
You want to go to the website for whichever caucus you plan on participating in.
Those caucuses will determine the vast majority of the delegates for the upcoming party conventions, but the key votes from key super delegates, those are party leaders from the state, will still be up in the air.
"They get to make up their own minds as to who they're gonna support, that leaves 37 people who come out of the primary and caucus system," said Benton County Republicans Chair Patrick McBurney.
For Democrats, the caucuses will be the only vote that matters for choosing a candidate here in Washington.
Republicans will split their vote between the caucuses and the primary.