Nearly 1,200 voters registered with the Unity Party of Colorado by the January deadline and are now eligible to participate in the new political party’s first state assembly.

Colorado Politics reports that date has been set for March 24, from 2-5 p.m. and will be held at the Lone Tree Library in Lone Tree. Judging by the location, they’re not exepcting a huge crowd.

The party may simply need to cast ballots to unify behind their candidates, all of whom are running unopposed for the party’s nomination.

There’s Bill Hammons running for governor; a former Green Party candidate, Gary Swing, is running against U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette for Congress; Scott Wagner is running for Republican Kevin Van Winkle’s seat in Highlands Ranch; and Chris Otwell is running for the at-large, CU regent seat.