On August 25, the Democratic National Committee adopted the 2020 Democratic National Convention Call and Delegate Selection Rules and amendments to the National Charter. It was a long process – starting at the 2016 convention, through the excellent work of the Unity Reform Commission, and 87 hours of Rules & Bylaws Committee meetings. But I think it’s a great end product that incorporates voter protection efforts for the first time, makes caucuses more accessible, and reduces automatic delegate influence. Before the end of the year, the RBC and its staff will issue Delegate Selection Regulations, a model plan, and checklist, so state parties can get to work preparing their state delegate selection plans. Each step takes us closer to the end of the Trump administration (assuming it doesn’t end earlier).
DNC 2020 Convention Call (433.7 KiB, 5,614 hits)
DNC 2020 Delegate Selection Rules (312.0 KiB, 5,691 hits)
DNC Charter 8.25.2018 (246.9 KiB, 5,293 hits)