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Denton Democrats CaucusBy Charlie McRae, contributing writer.As the sun set Tuesday evening, Texas voters took to the polls.One would have thought it was a rock concert, or that some celebrity had made a surprise appearance, but no: the line that stretched around the corner of the First Baptist Church on 1100 Malone Street was a line of Democrats.At least 500 people braved the cold as they stood in line to caucus Tuesday. The caucus could not begin until the last person voted, and at least 50 people were still in line to vote when the polls closed at 7pm. The caucusing began around 8pm, and the crowd was so large that people were divided into their precincts outside of the church, instead of being let inside. The neat organized line of Democrats suddenly dissipated, as people scrambled to find their precincts, which were designated by white cardboard signs people were holding up, with the numbers scribbled on them.I havent seen a line like this in 30 years, said Chuck Norton, Obama supp