Unlike Minnesota Republicans and Democrats, the Green Party did not move up its caucuses by a month.
And unlike the Democrats, Republicans and the Independence parties, the Green Party is no longer recognized by the state as a major party.
State Green Party caucus coordinator Becky Smith said caucus attendees will weigh-in on Green party presidential candidates with a straw poll. She said they will also begin updating the party's platform.
"In the past we've had our animal rights and our feminism platforms for instance. We've also worked on some universal health care for our platforms. We usually have about 200 different platform submissions," Smith said.
Smith said Green Party caucus meetings will take place in about half of Minnesota's 67 Senate districts.