Elizabeth Warren’s campaign is offering volunteer-led free child care on Monday night to some caucusgoers with young children.
The sign-up sheet includes basic questions like the age of the child or children, when they typically go to sleep and whether they have any dietary restrictions, allergies or health issues.
Warren’s caucus night offer comes with an agreement and waiver, which asks parents or caretakers to sign off on their kids’ potentially watching a “movie or video, rated G or PG or equivalent” and an OK to keep them up past their bedtime.
Other terms and conditions include a promise that any little ones left in the campaign’s care aren’t sick and that any drop-offs include all necessary supplies, like diapers. And about that favorite toy? A warning: It could be lost or broken.
At the end, one final request: “Talk to your child(ren) about the importance of democracy and why we love Elizabeth Warren!”
“The difficulty of accessing affordable and high-quality child care puts parents in a bind — forcing them to choose between breaking the budget, cutting back work hours, or settling for lower-quality care,” Warren wrote in a Medium post.