The state Democratic Party is holding county caucuses statewide this weekend.
The purpose of the caucuses is to help select the state's 92 delegates, which will go on to the Democratic National Convention in Denver this August. Rachel Strauch-Nelson, with the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, says it's a chance for people to vie for a position to vote for the party's nominee.
Of course, which candidate the delegates will vote for has already been determined, based on the results of Wisconsin's primary in February. Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) won the state, but a portion of the votes are still pledged to Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY).
However, Strauch-Nelson says attending the DNC is a real honor. Based on the high amount of interest in who will be the Democratic nominee, she expects stiff competition from those wanting to fill the delegate slots.
Those picked this weekend will go on to the final delegate selection, which will be held in May on the Congressional District level.