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caucuses are paid for by political parties, while primaries are not

participating in a caucus takes longer than voting in a primary, so voter participation in caucuses is power

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Caucuses can result in informal decisionsz while primaries follow typical election proceduresΒ 
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Caucuses can result in informal decisions, while primaries follow typical election procedures.

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Participating in a caucus takes longer than voting in the primary, so voter participation in caucuses is lower

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