My first caucus

I went to my first caucus last night. The most fun was the resolutions. My friend just sent me this quote from the Star Tribune about one resolution:
One caucus attendee took aim at his own party in a resolution that called for the designer of the state DFL Web site to be drawn and quartered. The caucus attendee argued that the Web site was not at all helpful. The resolution failed.

Heh. I'd have to agree.

Our resolutions weren't so exciting. We did pass one to require a voter-verified paper trail for all electronic voting machines and one supporing instant runoff voting (sorry Aaron, it wasn't my idea; otherwise I might've proposed approval voting), and one opposing the Unequal Rights Amendment.

I'm going to the Senate District 60 convention where hopefully I'll be on the resolution committee. We'll see what fun stuff comes up.